Medical Training Magazine
The Leading Global Magazine for Improved Patient Safety Through Education, Training and Best Practices
Medical Training Magazine is the world’s only magazine working to improve patient safety by promoting best practice through education and training.
The healthcare sector faces a real challenge due to the global shortage of trained personnel. The industry’s projected growth over the next ten years is higher than almost any other sector. This demand – compounded by the reduction in resident hours available to train, reduced government funding by regulators and increasing political and public awareness of medical errors – will result in recognised demands for healthcare reform.
Medical Training Magazine is committed to improving patient safety through changes and improvements to healthcare education and training. It does this by focusing on best practices and promoting the appropriate use of new training technology as well as tried and tested approaches to developing soft skills. Together, such skills ensure healthcare professionals operate as an effective efficient team to reduce errors and costs.
As the only publication completely devoted to healthcare training Medical Training Magazine covers the education and training of healthcare professionals starting at colleges and universities into hospitals and throughout their healthcare career.
Medical Training Magazine informs simulation directors, medical educators, practitioners, risk and business managers, and patient safety leaders of the needs and benefits of a new approach to healthcare education and technology.
Each issue of Medical Training Magazine has at least six major features plus industry news, event reports, editorial comment and an industry calendar. It is published in four issues per year in print and digital formats, with an exclusive fortnightly e-newsletter for subscribers.
Editor in Chief: Judith Riess, PhD
Judith has been Editor in Chief of Medical Training Magazine since its inception and has worked in healthcare for more than 20 years. As a globally experienced leader in education, training, strategic planning and program analysis, she brings knowledge and strengths from working with different healthcare groups which includes 35 years experience in medical simulation, curriculum development groups & design, training, strategic planning and improving education and training effectiveness.
Group Editor: Marty Kauchak
Group Editor Marty Kauchak is a retired US Navy Captain, having served for more than 23 years in the surface warfare community. His insights and knowledge about training and simulation were gained through five operational assignments and major staff management positions. In addition to Marty’s military experience, he brings expertise as a former editor and writer for publications in the US and overseas. He also developed unique perspectives and knowledge about training during his time as congressional and media outreach coordinator for the US DoD’s Training Transformation Program. Marty is based in New Orleans, USA.
News Editor: Lori Ponoroff
Lori Ponoroff writes and posts news articles to all three of Halldale Group’s websites, edits the news section of Medical Training Magazine and writes feature articles. Lori has more than 20 years experience in electronic and print news and feature writing, developing marketing and communications collateral, employee and media relations, public relations, event planning and brand-management counseling.
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