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April 23, 2021

Teamwork Lessons from McLaren Racing Team Mechanic at SESAM 2021

Although healthcare is defined by unique characteristics, comparisons have been made between this industry and other business sectors, such as aviation, high-reliability organizations such as nuclear power, and entertainment (Kaissi, 2012). Through a number of similarities, each of these industries has the ability to learn from one another. Thus, the announcement that the Society for [...]

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March 26, 2021

Clinical Simulation Programs: A Breakdown of Leadership Titles, Positions & Roles

Running a healthcare simulation program is a complex endeavor that requires an array of knowledge, skills and abilities. While some medical simulation programs rely on random opportunity to fill open slots, the most successful medical simulation programs are intentional in their team-building (Palaganas, Maxworthy, Epps & Mancini, 2015). Regardless of the size of the sim [...]

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February 25, 2021

Lifecast Manikins Encourage Learner Engagement Through Realism

While clinical simulation is not real, healthcare educators need learners to treat each simulated learning activity as if the scenario is real, to maximize the educational benefits of simulation-based learning (SBL). The clinical simulation team at Baylor University Louise Herrington School of Nursing (LHSON) in Dallas, Texas, chose to upgrade their skills lab with Lifecast [...]

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