Read the latest Medical Training Magazine: 1/2019
Magazine published: 18th, January 2019
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Editor’s Comment: Editor-in-Chief Judith Riess remarks on how important a culture change to safety is needed in the medical field.
Patient Safety Advocate Nominees: MTM subscribers nominated 33 individuals, teams or organizations from around the world as Patient Safety Advocates.
Paul Alan Wetter: Read why Paul Alan Wetter has been described as “The single individual who has done the most to promote education and understanding of minimally invasive surgery worldwide.”
Cameron Ricks, MD RN: Dr. Ricks is the founder of SimRated, which uses simulation “to show us how to learn, apply the knowledge to practice and records us doing the procedure for competency.”
Brian Gillett, MD: Brian Gillett, MD has over two decades of leadership and innovation in simulation training and emergency preparedness.
D’Youville Interprofessional Education and Simulation Center Facilitators: For being Team Stepps master trainers and training 500 nursing students per year.
Brian Kaminski: Brian Kaminski is the vice president of Quality and Patient Safety and Patient Safety Officer at ProMedica.
Dr. Timothy Willett: As SIM-one/CNSH’s president and CEO, Dr. Timothy Willett’s “primary target is to advance the use of simulation, for system and team level applications of simulation to improve patient safety and care quality.”
Dr. Richard Griffith & Sean Hagen: This partnership took a different path to medical safety advocacy, but the results stay the same.
Elizabeth Benson: Elizabeth Benson is a CEO, engineer, nurse and entrepreneur with one goal in mind: Patient Safety.
News in Review: A medical S&T news roundup from our editors.