Simulation Training in Nursing
WEBCAST ON CD OR ON-DEMAND
presented on February 25, 2010
Use simulation training to improve clinical skills, teamwork, and communication
This 90-minute webcast explores the many different models of simulation training available-from high-tech to low-tech-and offers ways hospitals can incorporate them into staff training. Our expert speakers discredit the myth that simulation training is expensive and they'll help you find the right model for your hospital's budget.
- Identify the benefits of simulation training
- List the various modalities of simulation training
- Recognize how various types of simulation training can fit any budget
- Describe steps to conduct simulation training
TAKE A LOOK AT OUR AGENDA
- Quality and patient safety impetus for realistic training
- Clinical skill development
- Improving communication and collaboration
- Evidence-based teamwork with TeamSTEPPS
- Finding the right model for simulation training
- Simulation training for all budgets, including low- and no-cost models
- Low fidelity simulation, including role play and team-based learning
- Standardized patients
- Serious gaming
- Desktop simulations and virtual worlds
- High-fidelity simulation, including human patient simulators
- Best practices for conducting simulation training
- Integrating teamwork training concepts into clinical training
- Using the free TeamSTEPPS teamwork training system
- Obtaining access to technology
BONUS MATERIALS INCLUDED IN YOUR MATERIAL PACKET!
In addition to the expertise and advice presented during this webcast, you'll also receive helpful “take-aways” provided within your materials packet. These materials are provided with PDF links.
MEET THE SPEAKERS
Mary Holtschneider, RN, BC, BSN, MPA, NREMT-P, is a nurse educator with a wide variety of teaching experience. Previously, she was assistant clinical professor and director of the Center for Nursing Discovery at Duke University School of Nursing in Durham, NC, where she ran the student simulation learning center and collaborated with the School of Medicine on interprofessional team training as a TeamSTEPPS Master Trainer.
Laura Maynard is administrative director for the Duke University Health System Patient Safety Office. Her primary responsibilities include oversight of the teamwork training initiative and management of the Patient Safety Office budgets, human resources, strategic priorities, and collaborations. She is a TeamSTEPPS Master Trainer.
WHO SHOULD LISTEN?
Directors of education, staff development specialists, ANCC Magnet Recognition Program®* coordinators/directors, clinical nurse specialists, chief nursing officers, directors of nursing, VPs of nursing, VPs of patient care services, nurse managers and clinical managers, patient educators, and staff nurses
We are pleased to offer a new option: webcast on-demand. When you purchase a webcast on-demand, you will be able to view the program anywhere and any time by logging into your account. It's a perfect training tool for new staff or a refresher for veteran staff.
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