Performance of Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists and Anesthesiologists in a Simulation-Based Skills Assessment — Henrichs et al. 108 (1): 255 — Anesthesia & Analgesia

Another good example to using simulation for assessment (beyond education training).  Also see the EDITORIAL in the same issue.  It  remind me Dr. Gaba’s paper again for the future vision of simulation in health care

Performance of Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists and Anesthesiologists in a Simulation-Based Skills Assessment — Henrichs et al. 108 (1): 255 — Anesthesia & Analgesia

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Arrogant, Abusive and Disruptive — and a Doctor – NYTimes.com

Training is the key. Simulation could help, at least that nurses can learn how to deal with this kind of situation.

Arrogant, Abusive and Disruptive — and a Doctor – NYTimes.com

Ultrasound Guided Internal Jugular Access

Simulation training for Ultrasound guided Internal Jugular Access have been introduced recently. American College of Emergency Physicians and American College of Surgeon have policy statements regarding the ultrasound application for their own practices. Last year paper published by Chest suggests an standard approach for training and practice. This could be a good guideline to develop simulation based training program. This also bring a another question, how to coordinate the simulation training with clinical training/practice.

Are you learning enough from mistakes?

This is not just a task for resident and medical students.

EVERY HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS SHOULD DO THIS.

Learning from mistakes. Factors that influence how students and residents learn from medical errors.

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