Local Medical Community Teams Up For Rare Opportunity
What do you get when you combine powerful resources, intelligent people and a few smart dummies? A rare but excellent opportunity.
If you ever took a CPR class and found the old Resuci-Annie CPR dummies a little...creepy, the idea of a medical mannequin that can scream at you, move its eyes and deliver a moving baby may seem like the stuff of nightmares, but such a simulator provided important and realistic training for members of the Lincoln Volunteer Ambulance last weekend.
Simulation in Motion Montana traveled to Helena, MT to provide high-fidelity simulation training to critical care healthcare teams. The simulation lab comes complete with an emergency room and an ambulance bay and computer driven simulators that mimic real life emergencies with the help of trained educator operators.
MSUN Partners With SIM-MT to Better Prepare and Train Their Nursing Students
Montana State University Northern (https://www.msun.edu/) Partners With SIM-MT to better prepare and train their nursing students. Simulation in Motion - Montana helps bring hands-on state of the art medical simulation training to communities across Montana.
Simulation in Motion – Montana Team Leader DJ Olson Interviews MSUN Nursing Students
After going through SIM-MT's mobile simulation lab, students from Montana State University Northern (https://www.msun.edu/) give their thoughts and feedback about the experience. Simulation in Motion - Montana helps bring hands-on state of the art medical simulation training to communities across Montana.
Thanks to a generous donation from Rich and Donna Dengel and a grant from the Leona and Harry Helmsley Charitable Trust, 60 local EMS, RNs, Medical Assistants, Respiratory Therapists and ER physicians were recently able to take part in three days of simulation training.