If We Knew Then What We Know Now – Technology-Driven Tactics for Teaching CPR
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CPR training technology has advanced to levels of measurement, assessment, and feedback that were just being envisioned a decade ago. Have you ever imagined how different CPR training would have been if practitioners were able to train the way they can now?
In this Virtual SUN, hear from Mike Helbock, who sits on the faculty at the world-renowned Resuscitation Academy in Seattle, Washington. An exceptionally inspiring speaker, Mike will be sharing how you can leverage today’s teaching technology to truly practice how you perform.
The Simulation User Network Conferences (SUN) offer best practices to help advance simulation training programs across all healthcare disciplines.
In the U.S., health disparities exist among culturally-diverse patient populations. For this reason, it is critical that healthcare providers are trained to identify cultural characteristics that may affect a patient’s health and that they are trained to treat these patients with cultural humility. Simulation is a proven method of training to change the behavior of healthcare providers. Below, we have compiled some resources to help you use simulation to improve diverse patient outcomes.