Simulation education is a technique for skills acquisition, skills practice, evaluation, and research. The goal of any educational strategy is to support learning and, with healthcare simulation, transfer to clinical practice. There is increasing emphasis on research that demonstrates how simulation supports the transfer of skills from the educational setting to the clinical setting with the goal of improving patient outcomes. The approach and setting in which the simulation is conducted may facilitate skills transfer. The enabling environment created by academic-industry-community collaborations supports the establishment and equipping of simulation facilities and the conduct of in situ simulation in clinical environments. This chapter discusses the role of school-industry-community collaboration and its impact on translation of skills from simulation to clinical practice with an emphasis on patient safety outcomes and health system improvements.
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