From September 5th to 10th the Pediatric Simulation Games (PSG) were held in Latina. The initiative was born in 2017 and interrupted for two years due to Covid19. The Idea behinds is to encourage the teamwork among pediatric students, making the teams to compete one each other on how to solve quicker a simulated emergency in the [...]
The inaugural edition of the National Conference „Technology and iHealth in Medicine in the 21st century”, took place between 6 and 9 July in Târgu Mureș, Romania, under the auspices of the Romanian Academy and the local University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Science and Technology (website https://tih.medica.ro/). On 7th of July, during the dedicated Medical Simulation session, [...]
“There is no reason for the surgeon to learn on the patient”. This sounds like a recent saying from one of the last conferences we visited! Guess when Dr. Will Mayo has said this very true words? It was in 1929... Unfortunately, almost 100 years later, we are still discussing the pros and cons of medical simulation. [...]
The SAFETY course is under construction: the Academic partners, supported by the practical expertise from the companies, are working on the modules that will compose the course. As an output of Work Package 3 “Preparing and testing the training material for e-learning theoretical and practical module” the partners committed to developing 5 theoretical modules (around 2 hours [...]
All European projects should explain all the expected results the consortium will achieve. Many projects seek extensive information on developments to ensure that the set objectives are completed. However, some project formats request both outputs and outcomes separately. Project results can be divided into three types: OUTPUTS OUTCOMES IMPACT OUTPUTS are those results which are achieved immediately [...]
Especially during acute healthcare situations, professionals need to keep an overview, try to sequence steps in diagnosis and treatment, allocate scarce resources, evaluate the situation, and re-evaluate decisions. They need to relate to the patient, colleagues, and occasionally bystanders. They must manage their own insecurities, tensions, fears, and may question the things they are really sure about. [...]
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