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.
Due to the outbreak of COVID-19, many facilities are limiting or refusing clinical rotations. Here, we share some ways that nursing educators are successfully adapting their teaching strategies.
Use these solutions to support your simulation-based training, engage learners, and make the most of your funding.
The COVID-19 pandemic has led to an increase in the demand for respiratory care training. As the widespread shortage of ventilators gained public awareness, hospitals and long-term care facilities also grappled with the shortage of healthcare personnel trained to operate them. At Laerdal Medical, we encourage clients to adopt our Circle of Learning model as a means to achieve better training results and more competent healthcare professionals in a shorter timeframe.
Racial and ethnic minority health disparities are reflective of implicit biases in healthcare. Simulation can help to develop a healthcare professional’s self-awareness and cultural competency.
Two global leaders in healthcare simulation become one to deliver the highest quality training and education.
In order to meet the needs of modern-day learners, you need to deliver on their terms. In this article, we explore why virtual simulation, a method of treating patients via eLearning, might be the missing piece in your nursing curriculum.
In this short article, we explore how using real medical equipment in simulations can better prepare your learners to manage a ventilated patient, monitor vital signs, and perform defibrillation.
Low-fidelity simulation can provide learners with a wealth of training experience – at minimal expense. Learn three ways that you can use low-fidelity simulation training to reduce preventable harm to maternal and newborn patients.