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Clinical training for HCPs

Are You Meeting the Educational Needs of Your HCPs?

Surgical Science customized simulation solutions allow you to measure the success of your professional education programs. With this valuable data in hand, you can improve what you have today and provide more deliberate hands-on training.

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A Learner-Centric Approach

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HCPs expect to gain knowledge or skills and they also expect to be engaged.

To know if your hands-on training program is valuable for your HCPs, you can answer the questions below:

  • Is the face-to-face training perceived as relevant?
  • Is it based on, and built on, the HCPs previous experiences?
  • Can it be immediately applied in practice?

Training Programs That Align With Business Value

To know if your training delivers business value you can use the Kirkpatrick’s Model, the four levels of training evaluation:

  • Did your learners enjoy the training?
  • Did learning transfer occur?
  • Did their learning change behavior?
  • Did their training influence performance?

You can also measure learning outcomes by monitoring the performance of individuals, which can be used to create detailed reports providing individual feedback and KPIs for different stakeholders.

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Realistic Hands-on Training With Your Devices

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Instead of, or in addition to, animal and cadaver training, you can provide realistic procedure training, in a safe environment – away from the patient.

We integrate your handles or grips into our hardware, software and learning management system, including branding and your choice of procedures and curricula.


Why Use Simulation In Training?

Hands-on practice: Allow HCPs to choose from both basic and advanced procedures, as well as procedures that are high-risk or have a steep learning curve.

Scenario-based training: Create realistic scenarios that healthcare professionals can practice and respond to, such as different pathologies and adverse events.

Technical skills training: Train HCPs on the use of your specific medical devices, robot consoles and techniques. This can include training on how to use your new imaging equipment and surgical instruments.

Team training: Train healthcare teams on how to work together efficiently.

Pre- and post-training assessment: Assess HCPs knowledge and skills before and after training.

Remote training: Add our simulation technology to portable platforms and devices to make your training more easily accessed by staff and HCPs around the world.

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