PABLO — SIM-MT, a leading provider of healthcare simulation education, recently conducted two trainings in partnership with Salish Kootenai Community College to provide critical training to Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) and nursing students. The trainings were held on April 5th and April 6th, and focused on Pediatric Respiratory Arrest Simulations as well as Geriatric Simulation focusing on communication and patient assessment for dementia patients.
During the training, SIM-MT worked with students to provide hands-on experience in simulated healthcare situations, with a focus on providing real-life experience in a safe and controlled environment. The Pediatric Respiratory Arrest Simulations provided students with the opportunity to learn how to properly respond to a child in respiratory distress, while the Geriatric Simulation allowed students to focus on communication and patient assessment for dementia patients.
“We loved working with these future healthcare providers at Salish Kootenai Community College,” said a spokesperson for SIM-MT. “The students were engaged, enthusiastic, and eager to learn, and we were honored to be able to provide them with the training they need to succeed in their future careers.”
For more information about the events that took place you can contact Jake Hastings - email@example.com (325)-513-5588.
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