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June 28, 2021

Tips to Use Clinical Simulation to Address Conformity Behaviors

In order to conform to cultural norms and/or hierarchies, healthcare professionals and learners may make clinical decisions which they know to be incorrect or for which they have insufficient knowledge to determine a safe intervention. A recent article titled, “Twelve tips for using simulation to teach about conformity behaviors in medical education,” by Ghazwan Altabbaa, [...]

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June 2, 2021

UW CNE Launches Series to Encourage DEI Across Simulation Education

The University of Washington Continuing Nursing Education has launched a four-session live simulation series that includes a 2021 exhibit opportunity. Each week the series will feature an hour of didactic learning taught by experts in the field of clinical simulation, followed by an hour of interactive learning focused on synthesis and practical application. The series [...]

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April 12, 2021

Nasco Healthcare: Changing the World of Medical Simulation Through Diversity

Healthcare simulation company, Nasco Healthcare, remains committed to promoting industry best practices to establish increased patient safety outcomes and fewer lives lost. As the company continually advances available clinical simulation products, Nasco Healthcare simultaneously works to meet the ever-changing needs of frontline healthcare workers. Today, this demand means incorporating a comprehensive portfolio of skills trainers [...]

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January 21, 2021

MedVision’s Leonardo Helps Bridge Gap in Healthcare Simulation Diversity

While healthcare simulation educators have been challenged to find new, innovative ways to reach learners during the coronavirus pandemic, they have also struggled to ensure these methods are as realistic as possible. This includes ensuring that patient diversity exists across healthcare simulators, medical simulation modules and other means of virtual learning. With this mind, MedVision [...]

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