How to Reduce OB/GYN Malpractice Claims
In this article, we provide you with some key takeaways from a landmark study, which found that simulation training significantly lowered malpractice claim rates for OB/GYNs.
Introducing our NLN Change Agents! Twelve nursing programs at U.S. colleges and universities that will help advance transformation of the standard of resuscitation care for cardiac arrest. As early adopters of the innovative Resuscitation Quality Improvement® Program, these schools will help elevate high-quality CPR skills and prepare future nursing professionals to respond to cardiac arrest events competently and confidently — leading to improvement in survival rates.
In this webinar, learn how to Identify the value of low-dose, high-frequency CPR training and to incorporate a quality improvement approach to resuscitation education.
Join us for a conversation that will explore the intersection of simulation and brain-based teaching principles; and evidence that supports simulation's impact on improved cognitive learning and clinical reasoning.
Interested in learning why and how to transform your teaching approach and embrace competency-based education? Check out the IMSH Learning Lab Session organized by Laerdal featuring key leaders from top nursing schools.
Hear about this year's winners, and discover how simulation helps prepare medics for battlefield emergencies during the Best Medic Competition.
SimCapture for Skills with Modular Skills Trainer is a practical, portable solution that goes beyond virtual course delivery by combining hands-on skills practice with efficient, digital assessment and evaluation tools. Watch the SimCapture for Skills with Modular Skills Trainer Product Showcase from March 2022.
Join Peter Nielsen, MD, FACOG as we discuss the use of simulation and drills to improve your organization’s performance in obstetric emergencies. The latest data shows that maternal mortality in the United States continues to rise. Finding ways to train better teams and break the curve is imperative for improving positive obstetric outcomes. Originally broadcast on March 4, 2022.
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