Our expert NetworkZ team delivers immersive simulation training based on real-world clinical scenarios. The programme provides teams the opportunity to perform clinical interventions on life-like patient models followed by debriefing and discussion to unpack the events of the case. The NetworkZ programme has a strong focus on communication skills to enhance teamwork and promote equitable patient outcomes.
Let NetworkZ know that your team is interested in organising a training session with our instructors.
Consider the multidisciplinary team to be involved in the training. This may include external healthcare partners. And select the training setting.
Decide on the scenarios and/or facilitated workshop and the length of the training that will work best with your team and schedules.
Our experienced, expert NetworkZ team delivers immersive simulation training based around real-world clinical scenarios. In each scenario, teams perform surgical procedures on lifelike patient models, then debrief and discuss.VIEW NOW
"We ran a couple of NetworkZ scenarios, for instance, traumatic limb amputation and then literally the following week, we got a traumatic limb amputation. Or we ran one where there was an anaphylaxis and then literally two weeks later, they got that. The team felt very comfortable dealing with it, because they just, literally, as a team, ran the scenario. The team reported that they felt that everything ran a lot smoother because they had run the NetworkZ scenarios a few weeks ago."
"The debriefing part of each exercise was particularly helpful in reinforcing what was learned/discussed. Overall the training has been eye-opening, encouraging."
"We have got a small satellite hospital who activated the Massive Transfusion Protocol, then realised we had no system for it. So, that led to a process being established through NetworkZ on how we would get blood out there if we needed in an emergency. Because the blood has to come from town. So clearly, that is a valuable risk reduction that came out of running the scenario in that center."
Our team can train selected members of local clinical teams to become NetworkZ accredited instructors.