Building a Better Donkey

Teaching veterinary students the practice of anesthesia is fraught with many of the same concerns associated with teaching medical students, certified registered nurse anesthetists, and anesthesia residents. In fact, some would argue that teaching general anesthesia skills to veterinary students is even more daunting than introducing such skills to clinicians that will eventually take care of human patients, because the veterinarian is expected to enter practice with a much broader breadth of skills and often works in solo practice settings.

A Game-Based Layered Learning Approach to Veterinary Medical Education
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