How to Use Simulation to Mitigate Patient Risk During Staff Onboarding
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Watch Now On-Demand
Watch the recorded Virtual SUN "How to Use Simulation to Mitigate Patient Risk During Staff Onboarding" from April 7, 2021, where we showcase how one hospital puts its new interns through a rigorous one-month simulation program before putting them at the bedside.
While the program we’ll be discussing focuses on onboarding interns, the lessons you’ll learn during this interview can also be applied to nurse transition to practice, as well as staff transitions between departments.
Patient simulation has been shown to make a major difference in mitigating risk and improving care quality. Download our eBook to learn how you can use simulation across every area of care in your hospital to reduce patient risk and improve the quality of care.
Healthcare is one of the most high-acuity, highly scrutinized industries in today’s world in terms of what is at stake. In this article, we dive into five specific ways simulation can make a difference. Each provides a reason why it is worth considering as a means of mitigating risk in your organization.