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Transcript of Simulation Center
Education & Training
Patient Simulation Center Presentation by:
Simulation Coordinator ICF
Simulation Operator ICF Goals of the Simulation Center 1. Assist with the medical training offerd by the 673 MDG
2. Provide a safe and effective learning environment
3. Promote Active learning for all students Simulation Center familiarization Our simulation center consists of two parts 1. Simulation Lab 2. In-Situ Simulation With tools like SimMan, SimMan3G, SimBaby, SimNewB and various task trainers the simulation lab can host a multitude of training platforms Training takes on a new venue when SimMan3G comes directly to the unit and can provide realistic patient encounters where staff work everday Simulation Center Safety Following these simple guidelines will help us make your training top notch! Manikins are to be treated with the same respect as live patients ABSOLUTELY NO! Ink pens, felt-tipped markers, iodine, betadine, or KY jelly near our manikins! These items PERMANENTLY stain the task trainer or manikin skins! Gloves must be worn when in contact with any task trainers, simulatied body fluids, or manikins Any SHARPS must be disposed of in approved SHARPS containers! What equipment do we use? Currently we operate Laerdal SimMan
Laerdal SimNewB Various task trainers IV Arms, Virtual IV, Intubation heads, IM injection trainers, METI Pelvic Exam Sim Golden Rules of Simulation Think of these golden rules as expectations during your simulation exercises. You are expected to follow these rules to have a valuable simulation experience. 1. What happens here stays here Please do not discuss the scenario or interventions with anyone other than your current group members or instructors. We want every user to have the same opportunity for a first time experience. DO NOT share information because we are also practicing HIPPA, and patient confidentiality just like you would encounter in the clinical setting. 2. Make mistakes This is a safe learning environment that allows users to make mistakes without harm. The point of the exercise is to take your mistakes and turn them into learning experiences. This is truly a learning opportunity being provided to enhance your clinical knowledge and time. We would rather you make mistakes in the simulation room than the actual clinical setting. 3. Don't waste your time Treat this like an actual professional setting. Act as if you are taking care of an actual clinical patient in a real hospital room. Use your time to practice skills as well as professionalism, communication, delegation, teamwork, and critical thinking. 4 Do no harm We all want to make sure we do no harm when caring for patients. Simulation is another tool used to prevent this from occurring in the clinical setting.