Technical Training Workshops
The Technical training course is a great opportunity for all DHB NetworkZ Faculty to upskill the technical aspect of running NetworkZ simulations. All are welcome regardless of skill or experience level. This course will not only give you some hands-on experience but will also help towards achieving the technical EPAs.
Due to the current national COVID-19 alert level, These sessions will be run as remote teaching sessions over Zoom.
It would be ideal for you as a participant to have access to a SimMan3G with a monitor and instructor computer. Also having access to the traumatic amputation model given to your DHB, your blood pump, and a fully stocked moulage kit.
This will enable you to still get the guided hands-on experience with your own equipment. Practical experience is the cornerstone of this course.
To attend this course you will also need an internet connection, a zoom capable laptop, and, if not using the console computer supplied with your 3G, a copy of LLEAP installed onto your computer.
An unlicensed copy of LLEAP is available from the Laerdal website.
Feel free to gather a group of you at your DHB to attend this session.
· 30th June 2020 - will continue as a remote workshop
· 04th August 2020 at ADHB Clinical Skills Centre.
· 30th November + 01st December 2020 (2-day course)
Clinical Skills Centre, Auckland District Health Board, Level 4, Support Building 599, Auckland City Hospital, via Zoom link.
The session will cover the majority of these topics below and a secret session!
‘Under the hood’ session. Looking inside the SimMan 3G
Understanding and using surgical models and the blood pump. Looking at both NetworkZ high-fidelity surgical models and the unique NetworkZ blood pump, how to use and care for them.
‘Leap into LLEAP’. A chance to get hands-on with Laerdal LLEAP software and instruction on how to drive a NetworkZ theme.
Understanding NetworkZ checklists, notes, and paperwork – Looking at and getting familiar with NetworkZ paperwork and the rationale behind it.
Also covered – Moulage, props, and equipment. The smoke and mirrors of simulation, on the fly repairs and troubleshooting.
To register your interest in attending, please email: networkZ@auckland.ac.nz