What Have Hospitals Learned from COVID-19?
We share what some hospitals have identified as their lesson’s learned from the coronavirus and how simulation training can help moving forward.
Experts currently using clinical simulation provide their advice on how to get started and introduce simulation to their organization.
Clinical simulation experts address what has the largest impact on the success of a simulation program.
We provide seven practices to help you keep your simulation program on course
One of the most important objectives during labor and delivery is recognizing the potential risks to the mother and baby. Learn more with this free infographic.
We examine a range of simulation methods and share how each can help to reduce risk in maternal and newborn care.
The “Golden Minute” refers to the first 60 seconds of an infant’s life. Within these limited seconds, the infant should begin breathing on his or her own, or interventions must be started.
An estimated one million preterm babies die from preterm complications. Learn more about preterm births here.
Five impactful facts to help you make the case for real-time feedback during CPR.