The COVID-19 global pandemic has shut down thousands of clinical education programs around the world, including countless healthcare simulation facilities. Lou Clark, PhD, MFA Executive Director of the M Simulation Program at the University of Minnesota recently shared with us their team’s “Flexible Operations Plan in the COVID-19 Response” which is an extremely useful document [...]
“Don’t practice until you get it right, practice until you can’t get it wrong” quotes the new Swedish Medical Center’s “InSytu” website. Although based out of Seattle, the InSytu group has already worked with leaders and caregivers across the United Staes in large systems and critical access hospitals to help improve performance outcomes through the [...]
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 [...]
Joe Gaza, Clinical Simulation Technician from Baylor Scott & White Health in Texas shared this recent local news coverage of his simulation program from KDHNews.com. Gaining local media attention helps to promote your simulation program for community awareness, adds positive PR about your institution and can even attract serious donors!
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