HEALTHCARE SIMULATION MIDDLE EAST
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Location30N GOULD ST STE RSHERIDAN, WY 82801 United States
The mission of HEALTHCARE SIMULATION MIDDLE EAST is to facilitate learning, advance knowledge, mobilize resources and champion adoption of simulation-based health sciences education. The vision is to build a seamless community of regional and global professionals in simulation-based health sciences education. It carries out the mission and vision through community mobilization, publications, content creation, social campaigns, conferences, dissemination of knowledge and charitable contributions towards simulation-based health sciences education.
Healthcare Simulation Middle East is a 501(c)(3) public-benefit, non-profit organization registered in the United States.
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What is the role of simulation in healthcare education?
To transition an academic learner to a practicing clinician in a way that it is NEVER the first time on a patient. Healthcare simulation hours are increasingly accepted as clinical hours in medical schools. The relentless efforts of researchers, champions, simulationists, institutional leaders and professional societies keep advocacy thriving. It's why your caregiver gets to be good at care without hurting a whole lot of patients along the learning journey.
What are the outcomes of deploying simulation in healthcare education?
Patient safety, reduced sentinel events and caregiver well-being. Caregivers suffer PTSD when they perceive that a medical error could have been avoided or that they had a role in it. While this is not true, because human error is a mathematical certainty, simulation-based healthcare education builds resilience along with competency. Caregivers learn what they need to, along with a robust muscle memory, critical thinking and mental well-being.