Clinical Simulation Drill to Promote Teamwork

WHAT: The Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC) F. Marie Hall SimLife Center will host a clinical simulation drill as part of a Quality Enhancement Plan Sustainability Grant.

WHEN: 11 a.m., Tuesday (Nov. 22)

WHERE: The F. Marie Hall SimLife Center, 3601 4th St.

EVENT: UMC EMS, UMC Health System personnel and TTUHSC students and residents will participate in a mock trauma situation that will begin outside, progress to the simulation center’s emergency room, operating room and intensive care unit.

The purpose of the drill is to observe how health care providers work together to treat patients and develop protocol for acute care settings to promote safe, quality care.

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