⇒ Orienting participants to new or rarely used skills,
⇒ Allowing participants opportunity to refresh skills related to high-risk, low frequency events with supported debriefing, and
⇒ The ability to break-down clinical decision making skills within safe environment
⇒ Short-form practice opportunities usually lasting between 2 to 3 hours giving each person “hands-on” opportunity to hone and refresh skills
⇒ These highly specialized training sessions also include:
Comprehensive, fast-paced practice opportunities that maximize limited time for busy practitioners.
⇒ Step 1: Submit proposal
⇒ Step 2: Request an initial meeting
⇒ Step 3: Perform a needs assessment
⇒ Step 4: Build your course
⇒ Step 5: Pilot your scenarios (Connect with assigned SIM Tech)
⇒ Step 6: Huddle prior to first course
⇒ Step 7: Launch your new course
⇒ Step 8: Review feedback and update accordingly
Creating opportunities for practice swings.