Glencore Rural Trauma Enhancement Project

Clinicians in Dysart, Moranbah, Clermont, Proserpine, Bowen and Collinsville have recently completed their second round of high fidelity trauma/TEMSU Simulation Training, as part of the Glencore Rural Trauma Enhancement Project.

This simulation training utilises the existing virtual emergency support system model, and is a combination of high fidelity simulation training in Trauma and coaching in the use of TEMSU. The training was delivered thanks to a collaboration between the Mackay Emergency Department and Education Unit, Virtual Health, Clinical Skills Development Service (CSDS), the State-wide TEMSU and RSQ Teams and MIRI.

A special thanks to; the Mackay Emergency Department Team, especially FACEM Dr Bauke Hovinga, & CNC Louise McGrath; the Brisbane CSDS Simulation Coordinator, Clinton Henderson; the Rural Management teams, especially Sherree Charles, Amanda Cowan and Paul McAlister and of course all of the wonderful participants for their energy and enthusiasm!


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