Using Simulation for Training and to Change Protocol During the Outbreak of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome
Abrahamson, S.D., Canzian, S., and Brunet, F. (2006). Using Simulation for Training and to Change Protocol During the Outbreak of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome. Critical Care. 10(1): R3.
The authors trained 275 health care workers in two weeks on how to don personal protective equipment and perform resuscitation procedures for a patient in cardiac arrest using a high-fidelity simulator. Lessons learned from this initiative have implications for health care worker training, as well as care of patients with infectious respiratory diseases.
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