Read the latest Medical Training Magazine: 4/2019
Magazine published: 15th November 2019
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Editor’s Comment: Editor-in-Chief Judith Riess discusses the future of healthcare and the exciting and dynamic ways it will improve patient care.
Urology Simulation Boot Camp: “The Naked Simulation”. The
authors describe the Urology Boot Camp developed for UK Urology
Scotland’s Story: World-leading Innovation: NHS Scotland’s Mobile Simulation Unit provides a skilled and sustainable workforce for a healthier Scotland.
Simulating Liver Failure on a High-Fidelity Mannequin: Dr. Norman describes how they created a realistic simulation scenario to teach students liver failure.
Patients and Families as Partners in Training: The authors describe the development of Patient Safety Canada and how it has impacted their lives.
Patient Safety: Where “Doing Good” Meets “Doing Well”: Preventable harm is a threat that hospitals must eradicate.
SimGHOSTS 2019: Editor Judith Riess reviews highlights of SimGHOSTS 2019 held at FIUSimGHOSTS 2019.
Fraud and Anonymity: The Perils of Medical Care Bureaucracy: Dr. Marilyn M. Singleton points out the high cost of medical care and contributors to the problem.
Improving Initial Healthcare Staff Response Times: The author shares how the Veteran Administration in Dayton, Ohio improved code responses through Mock Code simulations.
News in Review: A medical S&T news roundup from our editors.