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Improving Patient Safety in Emergency Situations

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Simulation and Interactive Learning Centre, 1st Floor St Thomas' House

St Thomas' Hospital

1st Floor St Thomas' House, Westminster Bridge Road

London

SE1 7EH

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The course begins with an introduction to non-technical skills (NTS). This outlines key non-technical skills/human factors involved in carin

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***PLEASE NOTE DUE TO REDUCED DELEGATE NUMBERS BECAUSE OF SOCIAL DISTANCING MEASURES THIS COURSE IS ONLY OPEN TO GUY'S & ST THOMAS STAFF***

The course begins with an introduction to non-technical skills (NTS). This outlines key non-technical skills/human factors involved in caring for patients, such as effective communication, anticipation and planning, and taking a leadership role.

Six scenarios are covered during the day. Each scenario is debriefed by a trained debriefer. To aid realism, the scenarios use high-fidelity simulation.

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Simulation and Interactive Learning Centre, 1st Floor St Thomas' House

St Thomas' Hospital

1st Floor St Thomas' House, Westminster Bridge Road

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SE1 7EH

United Kingdom

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Welcome to the Simulation and Interactive Learning Centre at Guy’s and St Thomas’

 

The Simulation and Interactive Learning (SaIL) Centre at Guy’s and St Thomas’ is leading the way in simulation-based education (SBE). The centre’s focus is providing realistic and safe learning environments in which to train healthcare staff and students.

 

The team includes multi-professional faculty that use state-of-the-art facilities to deliver high quality education and training. Healthcare staff and students participate in clinical simulation programmes focussed on patient safety and Human Factors (HF), as well as advanced clinical skills training.

 

Simulation-based educationhas been shown to increase patient safety and improve clinical and patient management skills, as training can occur away from the real clinical environment.

 

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