5 Reasons Why Real-Time Feedback Can Make the Difference
In this article, we share five reasons why real-time feedback can help providers and their organizations go from good to great in delivering CPR.
Presented by Susan Gross Forneris, Excelsior Deputy Director, NLN Center for Innovation in Simulation and Technology. Teaching nursing using simulation has been proven to be as effective as traditional clinical methods when faculty have the needed skills and resources.
Your students are your best resources. Peer-to-Peer Skills Developments ensures all educational opportunities are utilized and results in more comprehensive learning.
A doctor, a dentist, a nurse, two young men who quit high school, one who completed college—each gave all to save lives. Read their stories as we observe Memorial Day.
When trained to help, bystanders can play a critical role in improving survival rates. Widespread CPR training has been shown to increase survival rates around the world.
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Mobile Integrated Health and Community Paramedicine (MIH-CP) offers EMS agencies new opportunities to shape the course of healthcare.
Simulation-based education has gained widespread recognition within the field of healthcare as a powerful tool for reinforcing clinical knowledge, improving team communication, and teaching decision-making skills. Simulation can be used not only to teach clinical skills, but also teamwork and communication. It can also be used to standardize training, meet evidence-based guidelines, and target specific goals.
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