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.
In this short article, we explore how using real medical equipment in simulations can better prepare your learners to manage a ventilated patient, monitor vital signs, and perform defibrillation.
Hospital discharge can be one of the highest risk steps in a patient's care. When discharged, the patients is often handed over to the care of others who may be poorly equipped to deal with a cardiac emergency if one should arise.
In nursing schools, where there is an almost unanimous burden to do more with less, peer-to-peer learning has been an emerging trend. Peer-to-peer learning, sometimes referred to as peer teaching or peer mentoring, involves learners in a similar situation learning from and with each other through their interactions. In this article, we highlight how this educational approach can help you to more effectively train new nurses.
Low-fidelity simulation can provide learners with a wealth of training experience – at minimal expense. Learn three ways that you can use low-fidelity simulation training to reduce preventable harm to maternal and newborn patients.
This article shares how you can transfer Laerdal Global Health's and its partners experience into your training setting to improve maternal and newborn care.
In this article, we share an overview of the challenges presented in a pediatric SCA and discuss how increasing the frequency and quality of hands-on practice for pediatric resuscitation can help.
On-Demand Webinar from October 2018. Learn how to manage a tension pneumothorax scenario and assess the patient's condition using the LLEAP Patient Monitor and a real ventilator.
In this short webinar, we: introduce SimMan® Vascular, introduce our partnership with Mentice, and discuss SimMan® Vascular's features and capabilities.