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Taking stock and going forward. The first two exciting years of BMJ Simulation & Technology Enhanced Learning
  1. Nick Sevdalis
  1. Nick Sevdalis Centre for Implementation Science, King’s College London, UK


I am delighted to be given the opportunity to review the past two years of BMJ Simulation & Technology Enhanced Learning’s (BMJ STEL) contributions to the field of simulation and technology-enhanced learning within healthcare. It is a true privilege to be in a position to be adding to these fields over and above what I would have been able to do through my own research efforts, and those of my close colleagues – in other words, in the position of a journal editor.

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