Simulation: Strategies for Success
August 22 & 23, 2007
Medical Academy is offering a two day hands-on workshop for new, intermediate
and more advanced users of patient simulation. Participants will implement
and evaluate scenarios using patients at SIMS Medical Center. Using Trends
and handlers will be covered with participants creating a "program,"
then "running" the scenario. Stephen Donahue, Director of the
Hartford Hospital Simulation Lab will open the workshop with a discussion about
the hospital perspective of patient simulation. A special
interdisciplinary scenario will be shown along with a discussion on how to
select, operate and manage a variety of simulation equipment. On the second day
Ralph Genella of Green Ambulance Simulator, Inc., will demonstrate his fully
equipped ambulance with patient simulators.
Stephen Donohue - Patient Simulation Hartford Hospital
Lisa Fugiel - Nursing STCC
Clare Lamontagne - Nursing STCC
Jackie McColgan - Nursing STCC
Shaun McGovern - Laerdal
Lee Robinson - Respiratory Care STCC
Esther Seligman - Respiratory Care STCC
Donna Woshinsky - Nursing STCC
Mike Foss - School of Health STCC | SIMS Medical Center
Patricia Hanrahan - School of Health STCC | SIMS Medical Center
Ralph Genella - Green Ambulance Simulator, Inc.
Included in the $200 registration is a copy of the new
SIMS Medical Patient Simulation Technician Handbook (CD), light breakfast and
lunch each day. The workshop is limited to the first 30 registrants.
Tentative Schedule (WordDoc)
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Contact Patricia Hanrahan at PHanrahan@stcc.edu