Simulation-based learning is the way to develop health professionals’ knowledge, skills, and attitudes, whilst protecting patients from unnecessary risks. Simulation-based medical education is a platform which provides a valuable tool in learning to mitigate ethical tensions and resolve practical dilemmas. Simulation-based training techniques, tools, and strategies can be applied in designing structured learning experiences, as well as be used as a measurement tool linked to targeted teamwork competencies and learning objectives.
At AIG Hospitals, we provide Simulation-based training to all our in-house health care providers to constantly improve their knowledge and practical hands-on skills to deliver better patient care. We have a Simulation Lab where training is disseminated using Manikins by simulating real-time scenarios related to in-house emergencies. Our trainers at AIG Hospital’s Emergency Room are internationally certified Instructors for various simulation training courses like BLS, ACLS, PALS etc., from organisations such as the American Heart Association (AHA). Simulation has provided a range of educational tools that have increasingly been incorporated into emergency medicine (EM) curricula.