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When disasters occur, healthcare providers play a critical role as part of the response team. Although hospitals have general emergency management plans in place, experts say the majority of facilities are not prepared for large-scale catastrophes.
In this article, we examine a range of simulation methods. Building on expert observations, we share how each can support the needs of your learners and help reduce risk in maternal and newborn care.
In an emergency, a child's condition can deteriorate quickly, parents on scene can panic, and the care team at the bedside is likely to experience degrees of stress. Because of this, there is an urgent need to improve pediatric training—to ensure that when we say “children are not just small adults” we are not missing something.
In this article, we share five reasons why real-time feedback can help providers and their organizations go from good to great in delivering CPR.
Experts discuss the importance of deliberate practice and debriefing in clinical simulation environments.
Experts discuss how to justify the use of simulation as a learning strategy to key stakeholders at your facility.
Clinical simulation experts recommend how to sustain your simulation program.
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