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Many organizations have begun implementing initiatives to support better patient safety. Training multidisciplinary teams through the use of simulation is proven to reduce patient risk.
In this short webinar, we: introduce SimMan® Vascular, introduce our partnership with Mentice, and discuss SimMan® Vascular's features and capabilities.
In this short article, we explore how using real medical equipment in simulations can better prepare your learners to manage a ventilated patient, monitor vital signs, and perform defibrillation.
To address knowledge gaps surrounding how to operate simulators and develop and integrate simulations into the curriculum, continual competency development is critical. Implementing high-quality educational courses for faculty can also help them to better assess learner performance. This article discusses three problem areas cited by simulation educators, coordinators, and administrators.
CPR feedback has come a long way since the development of the world’s first CPR manikin. Prior to 1960, many unusual methods were used to treat victims of sudden cardiac arrest. Intuitively, people knew that there was something that could be done to revive victims – and then science proved them right. Here’s a look at the history of CPR feedback through the lens of the most recognizable and “most kissed” woman in the world – Resusci Anne.
In this article, we share an overview of the challenges presented in a pediatric SCA and discuss how increasing the frequency and quality of hands-on practice for pediatric resuscitation can help.
Clinical simulation used to be synonymous with “task training.” Now, simulation is about creating a real-life rehearsal in an environment where task training is only one small part. Nursing has settled into a new norm. In this article, we discuss how nursing has changed in the past 25 years, and how increasing your simulation fidelity can help you impart the necessary skills in today’s nursing environment.