Improving Multi-Professional Teamwork Through Trauma Simulation Training Feedback
Puotiniemi, Annukka; Tinnilä, Susanna; Jokela, Jorma (2017)
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Puotiniemi A., Tinnilä S., Jokela J., (2017). Improving Multi-Professional Teamwork Through Trauma Simulation Training Feedback. , HealthySimulation. URN:NBN:fi:amk-201801241590
Trauma is the leading cause of death in the age group up to 44 yr in the Western world (1‐2) despite improvements in trauma care over the last four decades. The purpose of trauma team simulation training was to practice the first stages of medical care of a seriously injured patient. The simulation training in the Department of Emergency Medicine of Kanta‐Häme Central Hospital (KHCH) trauma team had previously taken place in 2008 provided by Laurea University of Applied Sciences. Simulation training was undertaken again in 2011, as a lot of the Department of Emergency Medicine personnel had changed, and it was felt that there was a real need for training. In Finland, a citizen’s municipality of domicile is responsible for arranging public social and health services. The federation of municipalities is responsible for arranging emergency medical services and urgent care and for the care of patients referred to such care.