The use of standardized or simulated patients (SPs)  in medical education for the teaching and assessment of clinical skills has enormously expanded the opportunities for medical students and residents to develop and practice their skills in challenging and high-risk clinical situations without any risk to patients. While many use these two terms interchangeably, most medical educators define a simulated patient as an individual who is trained to act as a real patient in order to ...

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