Simulating Work: How to effectively incorporate simulation into prehospital care
View the archived webcast below today!
It’s easy to research and purchase simulation technology. It’s quite another thing to actually take the equipment out of the box and use it. This webcast will discuss best practices in the implementation of simulation and how to create instructor competencies so your program, and your students, succeed. You will also learn common barriers to successful incorporation of simulation into your training and educational systems.
Laerdal Medical Corp.
| Paul E. Phrampus, MD, FACEP, EMT-P
Dr. Paul Phrampus is the director of the Peter M. Winter Institute for simulation, education and research (WISER) at the University of Pittsburgh, one of the busiest multidisciplinary simulation centers in the world. He's a practicing emergency physician and former paramedic, and has developed numerous simulation-based programs for emergency medicine and prehospital care. He can be reached by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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