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Table 1 Study eligibility

From: Research on simulation in radiography education: a scoping review protocol

  Inclusion criteria
Population • Radiography students, both undergraduate and postgraduate
• Faculty in radiography education
• Radiography clinicians and clinical supervisors/clinical educators/instructors
Concept • All types of simulation (e.g., integrated simulators, simulated patients, simulated environments, virtual reality and haptic systems, computer-based systems, part-task trainers)
• All types of learning design/pedagogical methods
• All types of learning outcomes (e.g., knowledge, skills, competence, generic skills, attitudes, self-efficacy)
• All types of patient outcomes
Context • Institutions educating radiographers (higher education institutions/universities, simulation labs or centers, hospitals)
• Different professional radiography specializations: medical radiation sciences including the disciplines of radiography, digital/conventional radiography, interventional radiography, computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, radiation therapy, medical dosimetry, mammography, sonography/ultrasound, nuclear medicine
Types of sources of evidence All empirical and theoretical/conceptual peer-reviewed publications and grey literature that focus on simulation in radiography education