Simulation is a well-recognised modality of healthcare education. The ability to imitate the healthcare system in a safe environment provides effective education with positive learning outcomes for individuals and teams.
TSCSC delivers both in-centre and in-situation simulation. In-situ simulation not only enhances learning through active experimentation in the real-world, but also allows assessment to enhance system quality. In-situ simulation can identify inhibitory factors on processes and staff, and the positive factors that support resilience.
TSCSC has experience using in-situ simulation to:
- Identify latent threats to improve safety
- Evaluate the emergency response of teams
- Develop teams in their own environments
- Evaluate new clinical environments and procedures
- Test and develop clinical policies and guidelines
- Train trauma teams
The team uses a standardised approach to developing in-situ simulations, including the use of bespoke models for latent threat analysis in healthcare.
Do you want to run an in-situ simulation at NUH?
Contact us to discuss your requirements e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org