The Enhanced Simulation of Critical Care and Perioperative Emergencies (ESCAPE) Course

The Enhanced Simulation of Critical Care and Perioperative Emergencies (ESCAPE) Course

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Target Audience:

Family practice anesthesiologists (FPAs), nurses, and teams who work in rural communities.

Course Format: A case-based course that is interactive, with lots of hands-on time practicing with simulation.
Rural BC

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Overview

Please contact us if you would like to invite this workshop to your community. The Enhanced Simulation of Critical Care and Perioperative Emergencies (ESCAPE) Course is a mobile in situ simulation program for family practice anesthesiologists (FPAs), nurses, and their teams that facilitates the learning of intraoperative emergency and resuscitation concepts and provides an opportunity for rural providers to practice potentially lifesaving skills. It will allow rural interprofessional teams to enhance communication and relationships, as well as to practice in their own environment, utilize their own equipment, and identify potential system issues.

Agenda

1000 Introductions
1015 Scenario A
1130 Lunch
1215 Scenario B
1330 Scenario C
1445 Wrap-Up
1500 Course ends

Skills Gained

  • Demonstrate effective crisis resource management skills, including communication and team work;
  • Demonstrate an effective approach to, and management of, intraoperative emergencies and trauma and critical care resuscitation;
  • Treat patients presenting with rare or infrequent and time sensitive health issues;
  • Demonstrate proficiency using crucial equipment and medication; and
  • Identify and manage potential system issues.

Cost

Contact us for a quote – based on number of participants and other variables

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Target Audience:

Physicians with access to library services through the College of Physicians and Surgeons BC.

Location:
Invite us to your community,  British Columbia
Canada
Target Audience:

Physicians and other primary care practitioners managing patients who are on medical leave from work.

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