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Search results for "Simulators"
Fanning RM. Patient Saf Qual Healthc. March/April 2013;10:18-20,22-23.
Ross K. Health Facil Manage. 2012 Nov;25:23-28.
This article outlines key issues for hospital administrators to consider when establishing a simulation center.
ISMP Medication Safety Alert! Acute Care Edition. February 9, 2011;16:1-3.
This piece discusses medication errors during emergency resuscitations and outlines risk-reduction strategies.
Chen PW. New York Times. January 28, 2010.
This newspaper column explains how simulation training is being integrated into medical education to help clinical teams improve their skills and ensure patient safety.
Voelker R. JAMA. 2009;302:2190-2192.
This news article reports on the growth of simulation as a teaching tool and describes several examples of its successful use in clinical education.
ISMP Medication Safety Alert! Acute Care Edition. August 23, 2007;12:1-3.
This article discusses the myriad dosing methods that can lead to errors in administering intravenous medications and programming infusion pumps.
Landro L. Wall Street Journal. July 11, 2007:D1.
This article reports on hospitals that are creating dedicated teams of experts who have the skills to perform risky medical procedures.
Bohan S. Oakland Tribune. January 27, 2007.
This article describes how simulators are being used by hospitals to train medical teams on effective communication and teamwork.
Shute N. U.S. News & World Report. January 23, 2006;140:62-63.
This article discusses the use of simulation for operating room team training and highlights one health care provider's efforts in this area.
Kleefeld E. Wisconsin Technology Network. June 15, 2005.
This article presents war-gaming as a tool for building systemic awareness through role play, after-event analysis, and discussions of how lessons learned can be applied to daily practice.
Groopman J. The New Yorker. May 2, 2005;81:48-54.
Through discussions with numerous experts and medical educators, this piece explores how simulation training has developed over the last 15 years and discusses why it has not yet been adopted more universally.
Gale SF. Chief Learning Officer. July/August 2018;17:22-25.
Landro L. Wall Street Journal. May 10, 2011:D3.
This newspaper article reports on efforts to reduce errors in emergency medicine, including improving physician–nurse communication, adopting timeouts before discharge, and using trigger systems.
Landro L. Wall Street Journal. March 28, 2011.
This newspaper article discusses how combining best practices in teamwork, simulation, and communication can improve patient safety during obstetric emergencies.
Kalb C. Newsweek. Oct 4, 2010;156:48.
This news piece describes adjustments made in medical training to enable safe, team-oriented practice during residency.
O'Reilly KB. American Medical News. June 14, 2010.
This news piece discusses how the health care industry can apply aviation safety methodologies to guide improvement.
Hallinan JT. Post-Gazette.com. June 21, 2005.
This article summarizes the history of patient safety improvement in anesthesia and its impact on malpractice claims and costs within that specialty.