Sepsis is an increasingly serious healthcare puzzle. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that between one million and three million Americans are diagnosed with sepsis annually, and 15 to 30 percent of them will die. Sepsis most commonly occurs in patients over 65, but children and people with compromised immune systems are ...
Simulation is about much more than education. It is heart, humanness, and caring about others before oneself.
Nurse-owned-and-operated Pocket Nurse® has a successful history of providing solutions, equipment, products, and supplies to help provide realistic educational experiences for healthcare students in the classroom and simulation lab, ultimately resulting in better patient safety.
The United States military is embracing simulation medical education and advancement with medications to improve complete scenario-based field training exercises.
The neonatal intensive-care unit (NICU) is no stranger to simulation. In the 1970s, the Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP) combined delivery room simulations with book and test learning to enhance preparation for real-life scenarios.
As a member of the Pocket Nurse® Sales Team it is my responsibility to see that our customers are satisfied with their experience with Pocket Nurse. To do that, I focus on three things.
Elizabeth DePietro, Tote Specialist and Customer Service Representative at Pocket Nurse®, recently celebrated her three-year anniversary with the company.
EMS instructors are changing programs in favor of more immersive, hands-on learning, which challenges students to think quickly and creatively. With limited time and resources, scenario-building can have all the urgency of a medical emergency. EMSWorld suggests the best scenarios are built on simple questions.
Pocket Nurse® would like to take this opportunity to recognize the inaugural group of Society for Simulation in Healthcare (SSH) Academy Fellows. These accomplished experts are being recognized for their contributions to the healthcare education and simulation community.