Simulation-based training can be used to help healthcare providers and staff practice and hone good hand hygiene habits and improve patient safety.
Healthcare has become an increasingly device-heavy discipline, so to avoid errors, simulation-based learning should incorporate the use of real equipment.
Simulation-based training can help clinicians improve the haptic skills required to diagnose breast cancer accurately.
Debriefing following a simulated scenario is a good way to engage the learner’s critical thinking skills and thereby enhancing their clinical knowledge.
Without experienced faculty to train more nurses, the United States seems to be on the brink of a crisis. One with worrying effects on patient outcomes, patient safety, and the well-being of nurses.
Midwifery has been a commonplace practice throughout recorded history and across every culture.
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