The importance of realism in simulation-based learning for healthcare education.
Lifelike simulators bring a new level of realism to learning. However, for simulation training to be immersive, high-fidelity devices are also required.
In this article, we'll uncover how the new Little Anne, AED Trainer, and the QCPR App all work together to streamline and enhance your CPR training.
In this article, we explore the top five reasons why signing in with the QCPR app will elevate your training sessions.
In this article, we discuss how simulation can help to reduce implicit bias and mitigate risk to patients of diverse backgrounds.
Due to the outbreak of COVID-19, many facilities are limiting or refusing clinical rotations. Here, we share some ways that nursing educators are successfully adapting their teaching strategies.
COVID-19 has raised many questions about care protocols, patient needs, hospital layouts, and how to prepare for the unexpected. Here, we share what some hospitals have identified as their lessons learned from the coronavirus and how simulation training can help moving forward.
In hospitals, Neonatal Intensive Care Units (NICUs) are among the departments having to take the most extreme precautions in response to COVID-19. We’re listening to our clients, and here are some ways that NICUs are adjusting to COVID-19.
To better support customer needs, building AI healthcare education tools that embrace and convey the natural diversity and variability represented in human populations is key to providing healthcare students with much-needed realism in their learning.
Learn how Westfields Hospital, through their "patient-centered" approach, build collaboration through practice and employ simulation training regularly.
Rapid-Cycle Deliberate Practice (RCDP) is a simulation method that differs just a bit to the traditional simulation training. However, whereas the traditional one highlights the debriefing, RCDP is actually skipping this to the benefit of structured feedback and repetitions to create immediate skill improvements.