Learners are more likely to focus on desired learning objectives when they participate in life-like scenarios and receive information which is consistent with the healthcare situation being studied. This article, which is part 6B of a series entitled Physiology, The Force Behind Simulation – A Guide for Sim Techs, covers the physiological response, treatment and [...]
Simulation staff need to understand research theory either to fully participate in their own department’s research or to review the current literature with a view to improving their own simulation program. Today in Part 3 of HealthySim’s Series on “Understanding Research”, we introduce some of the key basics of statistics. Linked below are all the [...]
This exclusive HealthySim article provides key information about how to write correct physician orders for healthcare simulation scenarios. When details are missing from physician order sheets, learners may become confused and will likely focus on the order error instead of the original designated learning objectives. Today’s article was guest authored by Kim Baily PhD, MSN, RN, [...]
As today is World Sepsis Day 2018, we are taking a look at ways to incorporate Sepsis into your simulation learning curriculum. According to the Journal of the American Medical Association (2016), sepsis is defined as the life-threatening organ dysfunction caused by a dysregulated host response to infection. Sepsis is a potentially life threatening complication [...]
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