Simulating Patient Safety

Thanks to everyone who joined us on October 14th for the Simulating Patient Safety Workshop. We were pleased to welcome a global healthcare audience to discuss the role of simulation to improve patient safety.

Please find a recording of the workshop and accompanying slides below.

Presenter: Claire Cordeaux, SIMUL8 Corporation

Patient safety is a serious global public health issue. Estimates show that in developed countries as many as 1 in 10 patients is harmed while receiving hospital care (World Health Organization, June 2014).

In this workshop we examined how other high risk sectors use simulation to improve safety and how simulation could be more widely applied in healthcare. We demonstrated simulations of delays, interruptions, adoption of best practice and interventions in sepsis.

Watch the Recording

View Workshop Slides

We hope you enjoy the workshop. If you’re interested in working with SIMUL8 to develop and test the sepsis model demonstrated in the workshop, please contact us.

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