When One Patient Turns into Two! – Simulation for Field DeliveriesLive Webinar | May 15, 2019
[Live Webinar] When One Patient Turns into Two! – Simulation for Field Deliveries
Wednesday, May 15, 2019 | 3:00pm EST | 1 Hour
Join Dr. Paul Phrampus in this JEMS webcast to discuss a range of possibilities for including simulation into the care of obstetric patients who delivers in the field. Whether simulation is being utilized for the primary education, refresher training or assessment of skills competency as the goal, a careful curricular design process will help to ensure positive outcomes. Evaluating the pros and cons, advantages and challenges associated with each decision of the design is an important pathway to creating success.
A careful consideration of the tools of simulation that are selected to accomplish a given set of educational objectives is an important part of the curriculum development process. In this webinar various potentials educational strategies, objective and equipment types will be discussed to allow you to create a successful program for knowledge, skills and attitudes surrounding the evaluation of mom and baby after a field delivery.
Paul Phrampus, MD
Associate Professor, UPSM
Director, Winter Institute for Simulation, Education and Research (WISER)