CATS Stabilisation and Transport Simulation
Technology Enhanced Learning course focusing on core clinical and team working skills
required for the stabilisation and transport of critically ill children.
Refreshments and lunch are included.
Designed for clinical teams involved in the initial management and stabilisation of critically ill children in the District General Hospital or Accident and Emergency (A&E) setting.
It aims to tutor the knowledge, skills, and confidence required in the recognition, resuscitation, and stabilisation for transfer of critically ill children. Places are allotted for Paediatric, Anaesthetic, and A&E nurses and doctors in order to replicate a realistic team makeup. A special focus is placed on the importance of team performance.
We aim to replicate clinical scenarios as accurately as possible. This means welcoming candidates from a variety of clinical backgrounds.
Places are allocated by job role in order to run simulated scenarios as teams, so please select the relevant price category for your job role (all categories cost the same) so we can provide the best course experience for you.
Feedback from previous courses:
“Good for developing team skills”
“Good use of equipment and team”
“It was absolutely high-end, high fidelity and very useful”
“Very informative course – not too formal which is great”
“Enjoyed! Realistic scenarios and good feedback. I have identified that communication is needed between the paediatric and anaesthetic teams”
“Learnt a lot (technical and non-technical skills) that I will take back to my practice”
“Great use of scenarios and value for money”
“I gained lots of knowledge and skills which will be beneficial to my practice”