On-demand Webinar: Expose, Explore, and Promote Equitable Care Through Patient Simulation
Health disparities in the U.S. have been a long-term challenge for healthcare organizations to overcome. Underserved populations, such as racial and ethnic minorities, tend to receive lower-quality care which can result in severe patient harm and legal risk to providers. Often, implicit bias can be the root of the problem.
Simulation-based training is a proven method to change behaviors and improve outcomes, as well as to address factors where compliance and other methods fall short. In this webinar, you will learn how one thought-leader uses simulation to encourage culturally-competent and equitable care.
This webinar will enable you to:
Patient simulation has been shown to make a major difference in mitigating risk and improving care quality. Download our eBook to learn how you can use simulation across every area of care in your hospital to reduce patient risk and improve the quality of care.
In the U.S., health disparities exist among culturally-diverse patient populations. For this reason, it is critical that healthcare providers are trained to identify cultural characteristics that may affect a patient’s health and that they are trained to treat these patients with cultural humility. Simulation is a proven method of training to change the behavior of healthcare providers. Below, we have compiled some resources to help you use simulation to improve diverse patient outcomes.