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.
To address knowledge gaps surrounding how to operate simulators and develop and integrate simulations into the curriculum, continual competency development is critical. Implementing high-quality educational courses for faculty can also help them to better assess learner performance. This article discusses three problem areas cited by simulation educators, coordinators, and administrators.
CPR feedback has come a long way since the development of the world’s first CPR manikin. Prior to 1960, many unusual methods were used to treat victims of sudden cardiac arrest. Intuitively, people knew that there was something that could be done to revive victims – and then science proved them right. Here’s a look at the history of CPR feedback through the lens of the most recognizable and “most kissed” woman in the world – Resusci Anne.
We know CPR training creates lifesavers. But for years it has been a challenge for instructors to provide accurate and objective feedback on their performance. Until now. Now available with a gaming element and feedback technology. This helps instructors improve CPR training quality, classroom efficiency and learner engagement.
On-Demand Webinar from June, 2018. Learn how to conduct a post-op ventilator management scenario with this collaboratively developed solution integrating IngMar Medical's ASL 5000™ Lung Solution with Laerdal Medical's SimMan® platform.
In this article, we discuss how training with a practical delivery mode, like virtual simulation, can better prepare nursing students to recognize mental illness and can promote a more favorable attitude by care givers toward patients with a mental illness.
Learn how one EMS organization adopted CPRmeter 2 and changed the way they save lives.
Clinical simulation used to be synonymous with “task training.” Now, simulation is about creating a real-life rehearsal in an environment where task training is only one small part. Nursing has settled into a new norm. In this article, we discuss how nursing has changed in the past 25 years, and how increasing your simulation fidelity can help you impart the necessary skills in today’s nursing environment.
We provide seven steps to navigating the ROI discussion as you seek approval for your simulation projects.