Facility-Oriented Simulation-Based Emergency Care Training in Kenya: A Practical Approach for Low- and Middle-Income Countries
Emergency Medicine (East Africa)
One of the major obstacles to delivering effective emergency care in developing countries is a lack of adequate training. Facility-oriented, simulation-based emergency care training programs developed locally present an opportunity to improve the quality of emergency care in low- and middle-income countries. We describe the development and implementation of the emergency care course in Kenya and the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, challenges, and recommendations for locally developed facility-oriented simulation-based emergency care training.
Critical Care Clinics
(2022). Facility-Oriented Simulation-Based Emergency Care Training in Kenya: A Practical Approach for Low- and Middle-Income Countries. Critical Care Clinics, 38(4), 839-852.
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