Bringing Sim to Life Lecture, featuring Paul Phrampus, MD, FACEP, FSSH. Simulation: A Critical Infrastructure for Patient Well-Being, Quality and Safety
Start time: Tuesday, January 26, 2021, 11:00 AM End time: Tuesday, January 26, 2021, 12:00 PM CE Hours: 1.00 Session Type: Lecture Series
Learning Objective 1:
Compare and contrast a student-centric to patient centric leadership approach to creating value through healthcare simulation efforts
Learning Objective 2:
Define three strategic relationships that are critically important for simulation programs to foster
Learning Objective 3:
Define three key strategies to align simulation programs efforts to that of their sponsoring organizations
This course is a general overview of the topic.
It is important to recognize that healthcare simulation is far more of a critical infrastructure than simply an education tool for healthcare providers. Simulation has become an increasingly important infrastructure that is crucial for the delivery of the highest quality and safest healthcare possible. Maintaining a focus of understanding that patients are the key beneficiaries of the efforts of healthcare simulation programs is the key to decision making and leadership that will move the community of simulation forward over the next decade.
Join Dr. Paul Phrampus in this discussion of an approach to patient-centered leadership that will assist in the identification of opportunities, strategies, and programs to increase the value proposition of healthcare simulation moving forward.