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Category: military-training

Teaching Administration of Freeze-Dried Plasma in Trauma

Hemorrhage is the leading cause of preventable deaths among combat trauma casualties. In July, Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued an emergency use authorization to the U.S. Department of...

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Meeting the Challenge of Caring for Veterans

Accommodating the needs of groups such as veterans is an important part of healthcare education. Every patient has a unique perspective and needs. Part of the role of healthcare providers is...

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Moulage: Where Cosmetics and Healthcare Education Meet

This is an interview with Maria Border, Instructor of Workforce Education and Development at Penn State University. Most nurse educators will tell you there isn’t much room for creativity in their...

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Moulage: Evidence Based, Best Practice for Immersive Learning


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Addressing the Challenges of Military Medics

Posted on June 2, 2017 by Tina Greiff

The main challenges facing military medics are expertise and time. Making it easier for them to learn through simulation is one reason Pocket Nurse has teamed up with BMK Ventures.

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Trauma Center Simulation Solutions

Posted on May 31, 2017 by Guest Poster

While emergency rooms can take care of most health emergencies and injuries, an ER (or ED, for emergency department) with an integrated trauma center increases the level of care and chances of...

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Simulated Medications and the Military

The United States military is embracing simulation medical education and advancement with medications to improve complete scenario-based field training exercises.

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