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Hospital Based Simulation

On-Demand Webinar

Learn how to use simulation to improve training and care in the hospital setting. 

This webinar will enable you to:

  • Explain how simulation in general, and in-situ simulation specifically, can be used to improve patient safety.
  • Identify the learning outcomes that can be taught utilizing in-situ simulation.
  • Describe an example of a hospital-based quality improvement program using simulation.

References

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  3. Petrosoniak A, Auerbach M, Wong AH, Hicks CM. In situ simulation in emergency medicine:  moving beyond the simulation lab. Emergency Medicine Australasia. 2017 Feb 1;29(1):83‐8.
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  7. Kessler DO, Walsh B, Whitfill T, Gangadharan S, Gawel M, Brown L, Auerbach M. Disparities in  adherence to pediatric sepsis guidelines across a spectrum of emergency departments: a  multicenter, cross‐sectional observational in situ simulation study. The Journal of emergency  medicine. 2016 Mar 31;50(3):403‐15.  
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