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Multi-professional simulations in teams for better management of obstetric emergencies.

Stavanger University Hospital, Norway

With regular multi-disciplinary team training gaining increasing recognition as a critical component...   Read more ›

Multi-professional simulations in teams for better management of obstetric emergencies

Southmead Maternity Unit, North Bristol, UK

The hospital is seeing improvements in neonatal outcomes since the introduction of multi-professional...   Read more ›

Simulation trainings multiply regional impact of "helping save lives” for neonates and mothers

Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt, Nashville, TN, USA and Colombian Neonatal Association, Colombia, South America

In February 2010, Monroe Carell Jr.   Read more ›

Multi-professional simulations in teams for better management of obstetric emergencies.

With regular multi-disciplinary team training gaining increasing recognition as a critical component...   Read more ›

Offering “Medical excellence with human warmth” gives simulation-based education a positive impact

Fundación Clínica and Médica Sur Hospital Center of Simulation and Medical Skills (CESIDEM), México, Distrito Federal

At Fundación Clínica and Médica Sur Hospital, medical students, teachers and healthcare...   Read more ›

Efficient in situ simulations

Turku University Hospital, Finland

Simulation training does not really call for a fancy simulation environment: Using the resuscitation...   Read more ›

Improving cardio services with simulation technology

Mater Children's Hospital Brisbane, Australia

A successful risk management initiative involving simulation training was the catalyst for the widespread...   Read more ›

Cost effective comprehensive training program targets rural community hospitals

Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt University, USA

Vanderbilt University Hospital determined that staff in small community hospitals would benefit...   Read more ›

Improving patient care with in-situ simulation training

Derriford Hospital, United Kingdom

The simulation team at the hospital is now adding another dimension to staff training by running specifically...   Read more ›

Birthing simulators; key component of obstetrics training program.

Allina Hospitals & Clinics, USA

Allina Hospitals & Clinics, a non-profit network of hospitals, clinics and healthcare services, employs...   Read more ›

Simulation center brings new life to an old ward

St Vincent’s Sydney Simulation Centre, Australia

St Vincent's Hospital in Sydney trains hundreds of staff with a multidiciplinary approach...   Read more ›

Improving patient safety by investing in the workforce

Royal Berkshire Hospital, UK

In February 2010, Lord Ara Darzi, former health minister, officially opened the new simulation centre...   Read more ›

Providing CPR training for 5000 staff in just 6 months

Stavanger University Hospital, Norway

More than 5000 employees completed CPR training during a scheduled 6 month period, and people reported...   Read more ›

Hospitals save costs and time but most of all help save lives

Kettering Medical Center (Ohio), Boston Medical Center (Massachusetts), Mercy Medical Center (Iowa), USA

Three hospitals investigate ways to achieve these objectives with their BLS training and adopt the HeartCode program.   Read more ›

Parents learn life saving CPR skills

Lucile Packard Children's Hospital at Stanford, California, USA

Two years ago, the Centre for Nursing Excellence at LPCH began investigating alternative training methods...   Read more ›

Learning critical elements of patient safety

Tubingen University Hospital, Germany

Recognising that human factors underlie most medical errors, Tubingen University Hospital considers that...   Read more ›

Making simulation training available to more

Danish Institute for Medical Simulation (DIMS), Copenhagen, Denmark

As the Anaesthesia Department at Herlev University Hospital in Copenhagen, Denmark played a central role...   Read more ›

Integrating simulation into staff training programs

Great Western Hospital, Swindon, UK

Simulation training was implemented in order to improve quality of care and to increase patient safety.   Read more ›

Improving the quality of medical training

Geneva University Hospital, Switzerland

Aiming to improve the quality of medical training, Dr Savoldelli looked to expert centers in the...   Read more ›

In situ simulation in pediatric wards

St Mary's Hospital - Imperial College Healthcare, London, UK

Recognizing that clinical emergency situations are frequently perceived as exteremely challenging and...   Read more ›

In situ simulation in intensive care

University Hospital Erlangen, Germany

Witnessing poorly managed emergencies over time had Chief Pediatrician Michael Schroth convinced that...   Read more ›

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