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Topic: Project idea: air flow monitor for medical simulation (Read 980 times) previous topic - next topic

radman

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You have a lax training environment. If the student doesn't verbalize the flow rate,
fail them on the session.


I favour zoomkat's approach, you could still measure the valve setting though.
That would allow you to deduct points if they failed to verbalize and fail them if
they get the setting wrong (even if they did verbalize the correct value).

I hate written rules and procedures for two reasons;


  • People forget them

  • New people may not be aware of the correct procedure



If key actions are always verbalized then if a person forgets to do something others are much more likely to notice. Also new people immediately become aware that something is being done and so automatically learn to do it.

zoomkat

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I hate written rules and procedures for two reasons;

•People forget them
•New people may not be aware of the correct procedure


Think about that the next you or your family fly in an airliner.
Consider the daffodil. And while you're doing that, I'll be over here, looking through your stuff.   8)

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