CAE Healthcare Academy Offers Training Consultation Expertise at IMSH 2020
CAE Healthcare Academy is offering free consulting sessions at the International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare (IMSH) 2020 in San Diego. Now in its 20th year, IMSH (January 18-22, 2020 in San Diego, CA), hosted by the Society for Simulation in Healthcare (SSIH), offers members of the healthcare simulation community a number of opportunities to network, learn and share best-use practices in healthcare education that help to improve clinical competency and patient safety.
In support of this mission, and to provide clinical educators with the necessary knowledge and tools for making healthcare safer, CAE Healthcare is offering free, one-on-one consulting sessions at the IMSH 2020 conference. By prescheduling a convenient time to meet with experts from the CAE Healthcare Academy, CAE’s clinical education services and simulation center management division, IMSH 2020 attendees can obtain actionable insights for improving their healthcare simulation training programs. Conference-goers may also visit CAE in booth # 302 for on-site information.
An international group of subject matter experts and experienced clinicians, permanent and visiting faculty, and skilled technicians who are well-versed in medical simulation best practices, the Academy is dedicated to helping our customers successfully apply medical simulation -based medical education (SBME) protocols within clinical learning and professional medical environments.
Consultation Services Offered by CAE Healthcare
Spearheaded by Chief Learning Officer Amar Patel, the CAE Healthcare Academy is composed of an international team of clinicians, educators and simulation technology specialists. For healthcare training institutions, hospitals and simulation centers, the Academy provides:
- Expert and comprehensive consultation services
- Strategic growth planning (i.e., pathways to learning via simulation methodologies)
- Return on Investment (ROI) and Return on Expectation (ROE) evaluations
- Operational assessment and training needs analysis
- Assistance with meeting accreditation requirements
- Center design, equipment, and program implementation
- Peer-to-peer training, including webinars, virtual/eLearning curriculum, and on-site education
- Faculty development and staffing assistance
- Ongoing customer support
- Sustainability and Training for Life
The most requested CAE Healthcare Academy services are faculty and technical staffing for new or expanding simulation centers, consulting to identify training gaps, and root cause analyses to help institutions identify the causes of errors and mitigate mistakes within healthcare systems.
“As more hospitals invest in simulation to improve interprofessional teamwork, safety, and outcomes, we have seen increased demand for services to help them integrate educational and simulation-based methodologies,” says Rekha Ranganathan, president of CAE Healthcare. “Our unique position within CAE, and our access to aviation-based models and the human factors approach to reducing error, have broad appeal among healthcare institutions seeking systemic improvement.”
The CAE Healthcare Academy has developed more than 500 Simulated Clinical Experiences (SCEs) in partnership with leading educators and healthcare institutions. CAE offers e-Learning modules, patient pathologies and medical cases based on real patient records that produce outcomes directly related to individual learner performance.
Building upon existing, best-in-class software/hardware platforms, modeling technology and engineering expertise, CAE partners to provide custom solutions for not just healthcare education programs, but also for medical equipment and device manufacturers, vendors, suppliers and professional associations. These collaborations range from strategic go-to-market advice to complete project delivery.
Schedule a one-on-one consultation session during IMSH 2020 while space remains available. Stop by CAE Booth # 302 at the conference or…
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.