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COVID-19 simulation guide supports rural health care response

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When cases of COVID-19 started appearing across B.C. earlier this year, UBC faculty of medicine’s Dr. Jared Baylis and the simulation team at Interior Health (IH) fielded an urgent and heightened number of requests for simulation training as hospitals and communities grappled with how to safely treat an influx of patients.

“The stakes were high as health care teams looked to simulation to help effectively manage COVID-19 patients and ensure the safety of front-line staff,” says Dr. Baylis, clinical instructor with the department of emergency medicine and medical education simulation lead with the UBC Southern Medical Program (SMP)….

https://www.med.ubc.ca/news/covid-19-simulation-guide-supports-rural-health-care-response/

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