Program Dates: September 16-20, 2019; January 6-10, 2020
Program Leader: Sabrina Beroz, DNP, RN, CHSE-A
This program is designed for the simulation technician/specialist who has a recognized need for education in best practices in simulation technology. Course content includes simulation pedagogy, operating systems, network hardware, functionality of simulation equipment, operations, troubleshooting and moulage to name a few. The course begins with an optional day preceding the immersion with content on basic anatomical and physiological processes focused on cardiovascular and respiratory systems as it pertains to simulator technology. Medical terminology is briefly discussed.
Upon completion of the immersion, the participants will be able to:
- Apply anatomical and physiological processes to simulation technology (optional).
- Describe foundations of simulation theory, standards, guidelines and methods.
- Define roles and responsibilities for the technician/specialist in relation to simulation team.
- Develop functional knowledge of simulation technology.
- Integrate, utilize, maintain and troubleshoot simulation systems and technology.
- Enhance fidelity of simulation-based education with equipment and moulage.
The audience for the immersion is current or prospective simulation technicians and specialists of simulation programs with a recognized need for education in best practices. The program targets both academic and practice institutions.
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