July 31, 2013By Lance Baily

Re-purposing Used ATLS Training Skins Video Tutorial

Simulation Specialist Mark Johanneck and Sue Olson, MSN RN from UW Health Clinical Simulation Program created a video entitled “Re-purposing Used ATLS Training Skins” for the SimGHOSTS 2013 DIY Video Contest, Sponsored by B-Line Medical. Watch the video below to learn how to increase efficiency for your medical simulation program, and to watch other DIY Video Contest entries!

About “Re-purposing Used ATLS Training Skins”:

“We had a request for an I & D of an abscess and lipoma model. We were able to create functional and cost effective models by re-purposing used ATLS skin that would have otherwise been recycled or discarded.”

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At SimGHOSTS 2013, $1000 in prizes was distributed to contestants who entered short videos which demonstrate their “Do-It-Yourself projects” which increase lab efficiency or realism. Visit the B-Line Medical SG13 DIY Video Contest page to learn more! Check out these amazing DIY projects these Sim Techs and their programs have built to increase lab efficiency or simulation realism! You can also watch more DIY projects from the 2012 competition!

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