The end of the SAFETY Project

It has been an intense three years, but they have gone fast!  The project SAFETY has come to an end, and it is time to look back at the achievements and think forward to the future.  We invite you to explore our website's “Results” section to keep using the tools developed during the course. We have just [...]

Simcapture Mobile Camera App: The new way of training in movement

In the age of digital information, even training is now tied to the latest forms of video communication. Medical simulation centers in healthcare and academic institutions globally are increasingly incorporating audio/video recording, often integrated with state-of-the-art simulation software.  The effectiveness of Video Assisted Debriefing (VAD) is supported by extensive research across various medical, nursing, and obstetrics curricula. [...]

Why Simulation Centers Require Simulation Technicians for Optimal Functionality

In the realm of simulation center management, the role of simulation technicians is indispensable. These professionals are the unsung heroes who ensure the optimal functionality of simulation centers, which are pivotal in medical and healthcare education. Here, I will present the arguments supporting the vital role of simulation technicians in the efficient operation of simulation centers.  Simulation [...]

Unlocking Healthcare Excellence: E – health Assessment

As we see in the whole implementation of the SAFETY project, in the dynamic landscape of healthcare, technology plays a pivotal role in shaping the future of patient care, system efficiency, and decision-making processes. One crucial aspect of this technological evolution is e-health assessment, a strategic initiative aimed at harnessing the power of information and communication technologies [...]

Explaining health service preparation for the COVID-19 crisis utilizing simulation-based activities in a Norwegian hospital: A qualitative case study

Abstract SESAM 2022 (Topic COVID-19)  Research study  Keywords: COVID-19 pandemic, experiences with simulation-based activities, hospital leaders, simulation facilitators.    Introduction:  The first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic caused stress in healthcare all over the world. Hospitals and healthcare institutions had to reorganize their services to meet the demands of the crisis. The case hospital, a tertiary hospital in Norway, quickly initiated an upscaling of [...]




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