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.
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Simulation-based education has gained widespread recognition within the field of healthcare as a powerful tool for reinforcing clinical knowledge, improving team communication, and teaching decision-making skills. Simulation can be used not only to teach clinical skills, but also teamwork and communication. It can also be used to standardize training, meet evidence-based guidelines, and target specific goals.
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Just one weak link in the Chain of Survival can dramatically reduce the chance of survival -- and survival with positive outcomes. Strengthening the Chain of Survival is essential for increasing survival from cardiac arrest.
The Circle of Learning is a systematic approach to learning and teaching. It can be used to help organize and prioritize the areas of learning most relevant to your educational objectives.
Using a progressive model to build and improve skills and knowledge over time, self-directed learning is an instructional method to help you develop competence on your own terms.
Research shows that healthcare providers’ skill retention declines as soon as three months after training. However, training in short, frequent intervals allows for continuous improvement and helps to maintain competence over time.