Andrew Spain wrote "Standardized patients are defined as “a person who has been carefully coached to simulate an actual patient so accurately that the simulation cannot be detected by a skilled clinician."
Why wouldn't we want to emphasize realism during our scenarios?
How can this be achieved with a real person next to a manikin arm to start an IV?
What if there was a device that was not over engineered - portable - lightweight - adaptable to almost every scenario?
Wearable ReaLifeSim IV trainers & blood draw trainers attach to the SP's arm and provide high-quality, smart, and efficient experiences for learners to "train the way you treat."
Enhancing the training scenario by adding ReaLifeSim IV trainers to a standardized patient will give students the confidence and competence that is needed to properly treat future patients.