Health and Social Care Training
Medical malpractice can not only ruin your reputation but change a person’s life without their willingness. With this in mind, it is unquestionably a priority to provide medical staff with premium healthcare training.
Simulation and roleplay training have proven their effectiveness to enhance staff in roles such as sales, leadership and management roles as well as teaching. Correspondingly, these methods of training are just as effective for healthcare training, in addition to social care training.This is proven by a Yale University study. It established that skills learned through virtual reality training can be transferred for use in a real environment. Students who practiced using a surgical simulation were able to improve or out-perform those who did not. Non-participants were nine times more likely to fail to make progress.
The largest benefit to trainee medical staff is that virtual reality simulation training allows the trainee to practice and perfect scenarios without involving patients. C-Live enables users to repeat training scenarios and continue to improve their skills. Therefore allowing them to provide the best possible care when it comes to real-life patient relationships.
Moreover, you can find out more about the different types of training below.
Virtual Standardised Patient Training
A Doctors’ soft skills are equally as important as their clinical and medical skills and knowledge. A doctor’s ability to communicate with patients, often through the most difficult points in their lives, can be critical. C-Live can help medical staff to improve communication skills. Arguably, this is one of the most important traits to possess as a doctor or medical professional.
Since the introduction of the Safeguarding Vulnerable Groups Act 2006, all organisations that come into contact with children and vulnerable adults should have policies and procedures in place. This includes voluntary and community organisations, faith groups and private sectors providers, as well as schools, hospitals and sports clubs.
C-Live supports care and health providers with continued professional development and initial training to aid them in providing a person-centred, outcome-based approach.
Simulation training is not new to social worker training. The traditional role-play and standardised patient simulation have formed part of social worker training for many years, with great effectiveness. What’s more, C-Live fully immerses those training into realistic scenarios, enabling them to try classroom methodologies and new techniques in a safe and secure environment. C-Live places trainees in challenging, emotional and confrontational situations integrating immediate feedback and insights to improve practices and help achieve professional capability.