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Table 2 Summary of results

From: Stakeholder perceptions about the establishment of medical simulation-based learning at a university in a low resource setting: a qualitative study in Uganda

Theme Components
Motivation to adopt simulation learning Limited opportunities to interact with patients
Large number of students
Potential breach of patient privacy
Heavy clinical workload for teachers
Modern method of learning
Prior experience and understanding Significant knowledge of simulation
Limited prior experience
Early positive experiences among students
Outcomes arising from introduction of medical simulation Visibility of the institution
Income generating
More skilled trainees
Drawback to establishment of SBL Staff turnover
Limited staff
Sustainability of learning method
Burdensome to the teachers
Remedies to the drawbacks Curriculum integration
Institutional funding for simulation