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Innovative Health Initiative: the topics of the next calls are out

Digital technologies in mental health care, advanced therapies for rare diseases, and improving hospital care are among the topics pencilled in for IHI’s next calls for proposals. The Innovative Health Initiative (IHI) has published the preliminary topics for the next calls, in order to allow those interested in participating to prepare in advance [...]

Innovative Health Initiative: the topics of the next calls are out2023-01-17T18:05:25+01:00

The SAFETY project at SESAM Lisbon 2023

We are proud to announce that the abstract entitled "Optimal Team Composition in Medical Emergencies" written by Professor Camilla Normand (University of Stavanger) with the support of the SAFETY project team has been accepted for a short presentation at the 28th annual meeting of Society for Simulation in Europe! The Society for Simulation [...]

The SAFETY project at SESAM Lisbon 20232023-01-19T16:57:32+01:00

The future of Healthcare Leaders and the need for Medical Leadership Training

“Nothing in a doctor’s medical education qualifies him to be a leader“, but in fact, that’s what is expected in a medical team. Leadership does have a positive impact on effective teamwork and good patient care. (Kiesewetter et al., 2013). Our healthcare industries are complex and fast-paced high-risk organisations. Technological advancements continue to [...]

The future of Healthcare Leaders and the need for Medical Leadership Training2023-01-16T17:27:20+01:00

Communication training at HelseCampus Stavanger

Paramedical students in their third year of study and nurses from the municipal health service participated in a joint training day simulating four clinical cases. The central learning objective was communication between several agencies in the emergency chain. What is important to report when contacting 113? How do paramedics and nurses communicate together [...]

Communication training at HelseCampus Stavanger2023-01-10T09:45:46+01:00

A (simulation) Christmas tale

Many, many years ago, in a small town in Lapland, a woodcutter found a small boy lost in the woods while coming back from his daily work. The woodcutter decided to bring back the small boy into his home, hoping that the boy’s parents would eventually come looking for him. Time went by [...]

A (simulation) Christmas tale2022-12-21T10:22:09+01:00

SAFETY is online on YouTube!

The SAFETY team is pleased to announce that the SAFETY YouTube channel is now online! Subscribe now to our @safetymedsim YT channel!! There we will publish our contents, introduce ourselves and connect with our stakeholders in a more engaging and interactive way, in sight of the launch of our e-learning course! Since November, [...]

SAFETY is online on YouTube!2022-12-20T17:25:59+01:00

The SAFETY project: new steps forward simulation approach for education and training in emergency

The SAFETY project, funded under the program ERASMUS+ Knowledge Alliances is intended to widen the learning process in the medical field with high fidelity guided experiences. SAFETY involves 10 partners from 7 European countries (Austria, Germany, Italy, Norway, Portugal, Romania,  Spain) representing both Universities and companies' environments. The project coordination is on behalf [...]

The SAFETY project: new steps forward simulation approach for education and training in emergency2022-11-28T17:38:09+01:00

Adding on to the last articles: a few more arguments on when, what, why to train with medical simulation

As reported in many safety articles before, teamwork in operating rooms critically influences patients’ safety and quality of case. Simulation-based team training (1) is an effective method to impart these important qualities like teamwork, decision-making and quality care, among interprofessional teams. As mentioned before in this group, medical simulation is a useful practice [...]

Adding on to the last articles: a few more arguments on when, what, why to train with medical simulation2022-11-24T11:08:35+01:00

EU4Health: open the call for public procurement in the health sector

The European Executive Agency for Health and Digital (HaDEA) has published the call for proposals' Supporting the structured dialogue at national or regional level on public procurement in the health sector - HERA (EU4H-2022-PJ-4) '. The call supports the policy priority of responding to the pandemic crisis in a cooperative and coordinated way [...]

EU4Health: open the call for public procurement in the health sector2022-11-03T17:15:04+01:00

In situ simulation as part of risk management for the opening of new clinical facilities

“The use of in situ simulation as a method for a system check in new facilities allows the identification and subsequent removal of potential safety threats and may prevent critical incidents with real patients” [1]. In situ simulation is defined as a team based training of emergencies in the everyday working environment of [...]

In situ simulation as part of risk management for the opening of new clinical facilities2022-10-28T10:20:04+02:00
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