The use of distance learning technologies to bring simulation-based critical care training to a remote community in northern Canada.
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Timothy Willett, RCPSC; Susan Brien, RCPSC; Pierre Cardinal, RCPSC & uOttawa; Rick Hodder, uOttawa; John Kim, uOttawa; Dave Neilipovitz, uOttawa; Shahin Shirzad, UBC.
2011 MedBiq Conference, 11 May 2011
Iqaluit simulation-based critical care training to a remote community in northern Canada
“In terms of the [TeleMedicine], the mannequins, that kind of thing and doing this all kind of on a long distance basis, I think it was effective.”
Technical skills improved
Will not change practice
SimuCase allowed practice
SimuCase feedback useful