COVID-19 and Social Networking with In Situ Simulation (1090-002313)
CE Hours: 1.00 Session Type: Prerecorded Educational Courses
Learning Objective 1:
Define boundary spanners and knowledge brokers and identify how in situ simulation may be used as a boundary spanner in an organization
Learning Objective 2:
Implement in situ simulation as a boundary spanner in a learner's organization
Learning Objective 3:
Demonstrate value of in situ simulation using social networking theory
This course focuses on a detailed aspect of the topic.
When COVID 19 emerged in the US, in situ simulation (ISS) was used to train healthcare workers and address risk. Various hospital units faced similar challenges and a variety of solutions were developed. The simulation team played a unique role sharing information. The goal of this course is to demonstrate how ISS can act as a boundary spanner. This course will explore the novel application of social networking to demonstrate the impact of ISS.