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Future Research Directions in Dynamic Decision Making

  • Hassan Qudrat-Ullah
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Part of the SpringerBriefs in Complexity book series (BRIEFSCOMPLEXITY)

Abstract

The cumulative knowledge of what works and what doesn’t work in the education and training of people in dynamic tasks is of immense importance. Simulation-based education and training is a multibillion industry, and stakes are high (e.g., we need to train future surgeons, aviators, and the policymakers). The ILEs in general and SDILEs, in particular, have long been used and are considered a viable solution to this ever-increasing need of people’s education and training in dynamic decision making. In this book, we have modestly contributed to advance the science of dynamic decision making and also to the sense of evaluation of decisional aids. However, we do admit that there are more questions to be investigated than what we have addressed here.

Keywords

Cumulative knowledge Evaluation science Dynamic decision making Cost-benefit analysis Effort-reward hypothesis Debriefing models Prevention and treatment options Management of HIV/AIDS situation Transfer learning: Health professionals CO2 accumulation 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Hassan Qudrat-Ullah
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  1. 1.School of Administrative StudiesYork UniversityTorontoCanada

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