Room of Errors II

How many mistakes can you ID in 7 minutes?

Ten clinicians stride into a room and immediately begin to scan.

An IV bin is bursting with syringes. Unclamped O2 sensors hang idly on the bed. And bloodied gauze, an open vial of antibiotics and a poorly placed toileting chair expose this patient – in this scenario, a computerized high-fidelity Sim Man who is an amputee suffering from acute and chronic conditions – to a multitude of hazards.

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November, 2014

  • What happens to children who age out of foster care? Nursing prof Kools weighs in in the HuffPost. >>
  • What's cool in nursing? New issue of Nursing Legacy on tap. >>
  • Up close learning, from a distance: U.Va., Swedish nursing students compare notes. >>
  • In white, a collective rite: U.Va. holds its first White Coat ceremony for BSN class of 2017. >>
  • Detecting domestic violence by computer - how well does it work? >>
  • Virginia's largest professional group honors two U.Va. nursing professors. >>
  • What does it take to be a member of the BSN class of 2018? >>
  • NPR report: In the NICU, a way to build trust with technology. >>
  • Richmond Times Dispatch op-ed: Why nurses love their work but hate their jobs. >>
  • New $1m grant to promote teamwork between RNs and MDs. >>
  • UVA's Pam Cipriano - a research associate professor - elected to lead the ANA through 2016. >>

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