The importance of realism in simulation-based learning for healthcare education.
Lifelike simulators bring a new level of realism to learning. However, for simulation training to be immersive, high-fidelity devices are also required.
On 28th May 2020 experts shared thought-provoking presentations with insights on the use of simulation to prepare for pandemics. Watch the recordings here.
The need to have new nurses ready for practice upon graduation is the goal of every educational program. However, 75% of new nurses report committing a medical error in their first year.
The Circle of Learning is a systematic approach to learning and teaching. It can be used to help organize and prioritize the areas of learning most relevant to your educational objectives.
Our team of educators and technicians help you maintain your simulation equipment as well as gain the critical skills necessary to optimize performance and learning outcomes.
Using a progressive model to build and improve skills and knowledge over time, self-directed learning is an instructional method to help you develop competence on your own terms.
Research shows that healthcare providers’ skill retention declines as soon as three months after training. However, training in short, frequent intervals allows for continuous improvement and helps to maintain competence over time.
When trained to help, bystanders can play a critical role in improving survival rates. Widespread CPR training has been shown to increase survival rates around the world.
Your students are your best resources. Peer-to-Peer simulation ensures all educational opportunities are utilized and results in more comprehensive learning.