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.
Read about the three ways the effective use of medical simulation can fast-track student learning.
If you’re concerned that the changes in nursing are not reflected in your simulation training, download this free infographic
Premature infants are at greater risk and require specialized care by a highly skilled team of healthcare professionals. Survival rates for newborns can be improved through training in neonatal resuscitation and by being prepared to respond to these critical events.
Shared experiences tell us three effective ways to focus on sustaining your simulation lab so that you can meet whatever demands come your way.
Ultrasound isn’t just used in maternal care practices. Learn more about Point-of-Care ultrasound in this article.
Quality CPR relies on the delivery of best practices at 3 critical levels of response: bystander, pre-hospital, and hospital. Download this free infographic.
How in situ simulation can provide the ideal training experience for emergency-preparedness in EMS.