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Can simulation-based education and precision teaching improve paediatric trainees` behavioural fluency in performing lumbar puncture? A pilot study (BMC Medical Education)
 




Low levels of success in performing lumbar puncture have been observed among paediatric trainees. This study assessed the efficacy of simulation-based education with frequency building and precision teaching f...


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