Physician stresses simulation to avert harm to real patients
from Pain Medicine News
As a young combat pilot in the Israeli Air Force, Amitai Ziv practiced on a simulator for every nightmare scenario his trainers could come up with: ejecting from airplanes, landing planes overcome with flames, managing all sorts of equipment malfunctions. When he started medical school after leaving the Air Force, he was astonished that medical trainees honed their skills not on simulators, but on real patients.
7701 Las Colinas Blvd., Ste. 800, Irving, TX 75063