SHS aids to improve patient safety on medical practice through healthcare simulation. The first step to provide a better quality of care begins on how healthcare professionals are trained. Simulation has the characteristic of providing a safe and controlled environment that suits learner centered approaches. In addition, it can mitigate traditional ethical dilemmas of medical training by reducing patient exposure to inexperienced trainees. SHS assist to improve ability of being tailored to train technical skills or other abilities and attitudes such as teamwork, communication skills and leadership, as well as being a reliable assessment method through OSCE. More than that, as it enables learning from mistakes, simulation has the potential to change a traditional medical difficulty of dealing with error. SHS offers simulation based training is a path compliant with best educational standards and ethical principles.
“One of the main bioethical principles taught to all healthcare professionals worldwide is the “primum non nocere” or, in English, “first do not harm”. However, it is inevitable that trainees will occasionally cause preventable injuries to patients. From the ethical viewpoint, such injuries are only justified when all effort is made to minimize patient harm. Simulation provides an innovative approach to medical education, in which trainees can practice medical skills to be better prepared for clinical encounters, potentially reducing such risks.”