The Office of Interprofessional Simulation is a joint venture between UAB health schools and the UAB Health System. The primary role of the Office is to support and track Interprofessional and other UAB health system simulation experiences. Support services include facilitator development courses and simulation administrative, educational, and technical expertise.
If you are interested further information about simulation, please contact the Office of Interprofessional Simulation at email@example.com.
UAB 2018 Extracorporeal Life Support Symposium scheduled to take place Friday, February 16 and Saturday, February 17
This two-day symposium will offer case-based management for current Extracorporeal Life Support (ECLS) indications through didactic sessions and practical application. In addition, immersive simulations will explore the diverse methods of treatment for ECLS in adult and pediatric patients. Please see the Symposium brochure for registration information and hotel reservations.full article here.
As ultrasound technology becomes more prevalent and useful for patient care, UAB faculty and clinicians are teaching a new generation of caregivers about its use. Read the full story.
The Whitaker Clinic of UAB Hospital is now open, and the Internal Medicine, Dermatology, Podiatry, and Rheumatology clinics are settling into their locations. To confirm that processes and staff were prepared for any potential medical emergencies, the Office of Interprofessional Simulation for Innovative Clinical Practice (OIPS) planned interactive simulations designed to smooth the transition to the new facility. Read the full story.
The Stop the Bleed campaign aims to provide the general public with the knowledge and tools to respond quickly in the event of an emergency, even before trained professionals can arrive. Read the full story here.
UAB's Laurel Iverson Hitchcock, PhD, MPH, LICSW, PIP discusses "Learning Social Work Skills From Simulations" in Social Work Today. Read the full story on Social Work Today
This summer there are 73 college students participating in the University of Alabama at Birmingham Summer Health Professions Education Program (SHPEP). Read the full story here.