Achieving the highest quality in patient care requires a careful balance between efficiency and situational awareness in order to prevent medical errors. Healthcare professionals must be able to observe the current environment while also keeping the various potential outcomes top of mind in order to avoid unnecessary complications.
The key to success is developing an effective patient safety training program that achieves this balance. But how? To begin, you must truly understand the science and psychology behind how clinicians learn and retain information, which results in long-term behavior change.
During this live, interactive session, Todd Maddox of Amalgam Insights will explore the psychology and brain science behind patient safety training, specifically focusing on the challenges faced in optimally training the “what”, “feel” and “how” learning systems in the brain that mediate situational awareness. Rich Lanchantin, CEO of Qstream will also discuss how spaced, scenario-based training is critical to situational awareness training, and, along with Todd will show how the Qstream platform effectively recruits the “what”, “feel” and “how” systems in the brain.