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June 7, 2019

IHI Discusses 3 Myths About Healthcare Simulation

Today the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI), which also runs the National Patient Safety Foundation (NPSF), interviewed IHI Project Director Allison Perry on the value of improving patient safety through medical simulation. She shared 3 myths about developing healthcare simulation programs for those considering the use of the methodology to improve patient safety outcomes. We [...]

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June 4, 2019

Healthcare Has Changed: Laerdal eBook Shares How Simulation Can Help

Laerdal’s latest eBook explores how healthcare has changed and how clinical simulation can mitigate the impacts of this evolution. There are very few people who enjoy constant change. With change comes disruption, new learning curves, and even potential patient risk. Medical Simulation is often considered an optimal means for mitigating the impact of change. Using [...]

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May 30, 2019

Latest Medical Simulation News From Around the World – May 2019

Every quarter we take a good look at medical simulation news from around the world to share with you the progress of the industry. Here today are some of the key updates from healthcare simulation programs, companies, and research publications around the globe. From new Simulation Center launches, to free pediatric simulation scenario apps, and [...]

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May 10, 2019

New Research Shows When Doctors and Nurses Can Disclose and Discuss Errors, Hospital Mortality Rates Decline

For the first time, a correlation between hospital openness and patient mortality rates has been demonstrated in a research article conducted among 137 acute trusts in NHS England, published earlier this month in the May issue of Health Affairs (linked below). Fabio Todesco of the Bocconi Knowledge recently wrote about the findings sharing “Hospital openness, [...]

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