What Have Hospitals Learned from COVID-19?
We share what some hospitals have identified as their lesson’s learned from the coronavirus and how simulation training can help moving forward.
If your goal is to improve the CPR learning experience, eLearning may be the answer...
Learners are firmly rooted in digital media and they prefer to interact with material in a way that feels familiar. For this reason, eLearning has become a leading learning method to increase classroom engagement and retention.
Simulation training can enable healthcare providers to accurately diagnose and treat sepsis. Using simulation scenarios to learn to identify standard and severe sepsis, to recognize sepsis in high-risk patients, to differentiate between sepsis and other conditions, and to assess and treat septic shock are among some of the learning objectives for simulation training.
In this article, we examine a range of simulation methods. Building on expert observations, we share how each can support the needs of your learners and help reduce risk in maternal and newborn care.
In an emergency, a child's condition can deteriorate quickly, parents on scene can panic, and the care team at the bedside is likely to experience degrees of stress. Because of this, there is an urgent need to improve pediatric training—to ensure that when we say “children are not just small adults” we are not missing something.
Two global leaders in healthcare simulation become one to deliver the highest quality training and education.
In this article, we share five reasons why real-time feedback can help providers and their organizations go from good to great in delivering CPR.
In order to meet the needs of modern-day learners, you need to deliver on their terms. In this article, we explore why virtual simulation, a method of treating patients via eLearning, might be the missing piece in your nursing curriculum.