CAE Healthcare Offers Clinical Simulation eBooks for Making Healthcare Safer
CAE Healthcare, a world-leading healthcare training solutions provider, released two informative electronic books in 2019 which focus on the increasing validity and value of medical simulation. By reading these eBooks, clinical simulation champions will gain insights into improving patient safety through healthcare simulation and how to utilize nursing simulation tools to improve learning and training outcomes. With these free tools, the company invites professionals in the healthcare industry to consider the positive impact that healthcare simulation has on clinical training, medical education, and the improvement of patient safety and outcomes. Perfect short reads for those new to our unique space!
Here below then, are some of the important topics explored in CAE’s downloadable eBooks, filled with facts, stats, insights and useful training resources for anesthesia management, childbirth, neonatal resuscitation, ultrasound imaging, emergency care and a range of nursing interventions.
Grab these books now and stay tuned for more great resources coming from CAE Healthcare in 2020 and beyond!
Making Healthcare Safer with Simulation from CAE Healthcare
CAE’s first healthcare training eBook, “SIMULATION: Making a Difference. Making Healthcare Safer” debuted in September 2019. This downloadable eBook presents the history, current status, and the promise for implementing healthcare simulation as a routine part of training, in an easy-to-read and visually-appealing, downloadable format.
Within just nine (9) succinct, but value-packed pages, this informative quick read makes the case for implementing a simulation-based medical education (SBME) approach to healthcare training. It provides specific insights, supported with useful data, to focus attention on the worldwide crisis of patient safety. After briefly introducing the relevance for the ebook (the initial section opens with the phrase “First, do no harm”), “SIMULATION” reveals its 6 topic sections, each one emphasizing a specific area of simulation-based training.
Published during Healthcare Simulation Week 2019, this eBook was CAE Healthcare’s most downloaded and most popular content pieces of the year!
Table of Contents:
- Introduction: Simulation and Safer Healthcare
- Training in Anesthesia Management with Simulation
- Simulation for Team-based Clinical Skills Development
- Improving Maternal Outcomes Through Immersive Technology
- Saving Lives with Prehospital and Emergency Care Simulation
- Simulation Training for Effective, Safer Neonatal Healthcare
- A Look Forward
The book suggests helpful advice such as when “in a simulation scenario, learners can develop essential non-technical skills (i.e., management of emotions, decision making aptitude, situational awareness) by performing team-oriented tasks just as they would in a real-life situation, allowing for team members to:
- Strengthen group communication skills, even under high-stress situations
- Develop productive tactical knowledge and conducive metacognitive aptitudes
- Learn from mistakes and receive feedback during debriefing sessions
- Understand how standardized teamwork behaviors can lead to safer healthcare”
Download your copy through the link below!
Moving Forward: Nursing Simulation eBook
Released in November 2019, and in cooperation with the Organization for Associate Degree Nursing (OADN), “Perfecting Nursing Education Together” is an eBook that explores how simulation benefits the associate nursing profession by enhancing the quality of training and the delivery of patient care. Many of the critical actions and interventions performed by professional nurses can be simulated in undergraduate nursing.
It’s also worth noting that OADN named CAE Healthcare a “preferred training partner of choice” in providing faculty and students of nursing with superior education!
Table of Contents
- The Growing Demand for Highly Skilled Nurses
- Community Colleges and Associate Degree Nursing
- Diverse Student Body
- Flexible Learning Opportunities
- Cost-Effective, Less Time-Consuming
- Putting Your Associate’s Degree in Nursing to Work
- Enhancing the Skills of Nursing Students Through Simulation
- Simulation Training in Nursing Interventions
- A Few Parting Words
The traditional ways in which clinicians were educated in the past are no longer adequate for dealing with the realities of healthcare today.
Patient needs and care environments have become more complex and healthcare providers are called upon to fulfill ever-expanding roles wherein they must learn to master technologically-advanced tools and changing information systems. They must develop the ability to better collaborate and coordinate across teams for the overall benefit of the patients for whom they care.
By providing learners, training facilitators and medical professionals with the highest-in-quality of training resources, CAE believes risk-free simulation training can help to develop better clinicians, and that practical training experience (before treating real patients) is one viable way to improve healthcare and enhance patient safety.
Download your free eBooks from CAE Healthcare here:
eBook: “Simulation: Making a Difference. Making Healthcare Safer”
eBook: “OADN & CAE Healthcare: Perfecting Nursing Education Together”
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Roxanne Blanford is a seasoned writer and communications specialist who also manages social media and content marketing initiatives for CAE Healthcare (a global leader in comprehensive simulation-based healthcare training solutions). She provides insights and resources to the healthcare simulation community through articles that both advocate for the CAE brand and elevate the conversation surrounding the efficacy of simulation to help make healthcare safer. Originally from New York City, Ms. Blanford studied communications, digital marketing and media literacy at The New School, New York University, and the City University of New York. She received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communications from the State University of New York at Empire State College. She is currently based in Sarasota, Florida.