A 2007 study in the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine found that 24 percent of ICU nurses and 14 percent of general nurses tested positive for symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder.
Integrating the patient voice authentically and robustly into the design of care offers the real promise of improving our health care system. The PP approach stands with a handful of others to be lauded for fostering this change.
Come join us Monday, January 18 from 11.30am – 12 pm in the Exhibitor Presentation Theater as Patrick Connors speaks on EMS’ Distributed Enterprise Network Helps Manage Florida Hospital’s Disparate Simulation Resources.
Stop by for a demo of SIMULATIONiQ Mobile. Perfect for every floor at your hospital: train your staff using our easy-to-use SIMULATIONiQ Mobile video capture and debrief solution whenever you need to conduct in-house training.
Even after emergency physicians had acclimated to a new commercial electronic health record (EHR), they increased their tasks performed per minute by nearly 12 percent, increasing the potential for patient safety hazards. The results of a study of one hospital's transition from a homegrown EHR to a commercial EHR were published in Annals of Emergency Medicine.
Join us for "Planning Hospital-Based Simulation Centers with Limited Available Space: The Case for Multi-Functional Spaces," presented by Richard Pizzi, AIA, RA, NCARB, CEO and Healthcare Studio Leader, Lavallee Brensinger Architects.