The Highly Successful Simulation Specialist Technician, Pearls Of Wisdom To Be An Integral Member of Your Team
August 20, 2020 at 11:00 AM, Pacific Coast Time Zone
Presented by: Brian Wallenburg NRP
Too often we as healthcare simulation specialists or simulation technicians find ourselves in a position where we feel like there is nowhere to turn. This is all too common in clinical simulation. We deal with last minute changes, unintended turns during scenarios, staff and financial shortages and a host of other concerns. During this session, we are going to visit a few possible solutions to some of the common, yet trying dilemmas we deal with on a regular basis. We will talk about how human error causes problems and how we can look out for them before they have an impact on results. Our work environment, individual capabilities, demands and human nature all have an impact on the outcome of simulation. We have the power to make a change.
Type of Offering: Webinar
Teaching Method: Lecture with Slide Presentation
- Recognize pitfalls that effect our ability to function at a high level
- Using information provided, increase potential, productivity and overall performance
- Identify and fix the small things prior to them becoming large obstacles
Suggested Learner Level: Intermediate
Brian Wallenburg, NRP, is the simulation specialist for the Parry Center for Clinical Skills & Simulation. He manages equipment and organizes the setup, breakdown and supplies in the skills lab and the simulation areas. His responsibilities also include managing simulation equipment maintenance, testing and running scenarios with faculty instructors, assisting with curriculum development, conducting simulations outside of the simulation lab and maintaining proficiency in emerging simulation technology. Brian received his paramedic certificate from the McKennan School of EMS. He has been involved in health care and health care education since 1999 and has worked for EMS agencies in Sioux Falls and Brookings. He most recently worked as a flight paramedic at Sanford Health and Avera McKennan as a member of their pediatric, obstetrics and adult critical care teams. Brian is excited to combine his medical knowledge and the effective use of simulation in improving patient safety.
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