Webinar

Simulation-based training: why and how


Doctors and nurses meeting viso on screen

Why is simulation-based training important and what does a (medical) simulation-based training look like? In this webinar, professionals from the field will answers these questions for you.

You can join this webinar for free, but make sure to register now, as there is a limit to the number of attendees.

Date | 26 January 2021

Time | 4pm CET

 

 

Simulation-based training: why and how

Simulation-based training teaches students and professionals skills needed in their profession. The training provides a real life experience. It is widely applied in fields such as aviation, the military, and healthcare. A well-constructed simulation allows trainees to answer the question, “If I do this, what happens?"

This webinar will show it starts with learning skills as a student, but does not stop when you work as a professional. Simulation-based training educates, assesses performance, enables to practice new tools or methods, and improves teamwork and communication. We will also show the importance of using video feedback & debriefing as tools in the learning process.

 



Karin Kuiper - Erasmus MC

Karin Kuiper is an experienced Pediatric Intensive Care nurse at the Erasmus MC in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Since 2017 she is Staff advisor ICT – Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU). In addition, she operates as a Technologist scenario training, web editor, and teacher. She teaches nurses how to use the Electronic Patients Database. Her goal is to make their Electronic Patients Database more easy and safe.

Karin her aim is making the care of patients safer and working life of caretakers easier. Information technology should accomplish that, and should not be time-consuming.

Karin Kuiper ErasmusMC Rotterdam
 


Wim Thies and Dennie Wulterkens Secta Medical

Dennie Wulterkens - Secta Medical

Dennie Wulterkens, a specialized nurse and dedicated educator, joint the company Secta Medical several years ago. Together with founder of the company Wim Thies, chief nurse of the Rotterdam HEMS (Helicopter Emergency Medical Service), they started working with the simulation monitor made by iSimulate. This device offeres much potentials and possibilities in realizing affordable simulation in medical training.

Secta Medical became iSimulate agent for several European countries. Aiming for the most realistic type of simulation, they expanded the company by becoming the dealer for LifeCast manikins and the Immersive Room.

Their urge for optimal educational technology brought them in contact with Noldus. With Noldus Viso system, evaluation of scenario’s will reach a next level.

 


Details

26th January 2021
Virtual meeting

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