AP261| Volume 96, SUPPLEMENT 1, 150, November 2015

Development, implementation and evaluation of interdisciplinary in situ simulation training in neonatal resuscitation

      Purpose of the study: Simulation-based instructional methodologies are being recommended by current resuscitation guidelines. Simulation-based training in the actual healthcare environment (in situ simulation) not only provides effective training, but further offers the benefit of concurrent workplace assessment. Thus, we have conceptualized and implemented a novel in situ simulation training format for interdisciplinary healthcare professionals of obstetric hospitals, aiming at maximizing practical training opportunities.
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