Simulation

As of 2021 we will be introducing fees 

2021: Physicians $450  |  2021: RN & RT $45

2022: Physicians $900    |  2022: RN & RT $100

CFPC Certified: up to 21.75 MainPro+ credits

To register for our courses visit our new registration website here! 

Our upcoming courses in 2021 are:

Course #1: March 10 – Moncton

Course #2: April 14 –  Fredericton

Course #3: May 19 – Edmundston

Course #4:  June  22 – Bathurst

Course #5: June 23 – Bathurst

These courses fill up quickly; early registration is recommended!

In order to ensure the safety of students and staff, all courses will be offered as recommended by New Brunswick Public Health. You may notice some changes in the way we teach, but we are committed to providing you with challenging, engaging and rewarding trauma care programs.

Program Description

NB Trauma Program’s Mobile Simulation course is a dynamic interdisciplinary trauma focused program.  We bring simulation equipment to your site, allowing you to practice in your own environment, with your own teams and clinical equipment. The program offers pre-course reading, a full day of simulated cases. Limited didactic content is covered using a flipped classroom style, and simulations are debriefed in a highly collegial, reproducible and evidence-based way. You will leave the day more comfortable with learning by simulation, and with managing the specific clinical content covered.

Clinical Content

This full day of simulated major trauma cases is primarily focused on airway management during increasingly complex cases ranging from rapid sequence intubation in the stable and unstable patient to the indications for the ‘awake’ intubation and surgical airway. Participants will learn the value of deliberate practice and checklists as well as important principles of crisis resource management necessary for effective team functioning and communication

Target Learners

Intended learners include individuals who are directly involved in the emergency phase of care of the injured patient, including physicians, RNs, and RTs.

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