Simulation in clinical training has long been a valuable strategy for teaching, learning and evaluating skills. For Practice Development Midwife Sarah-Jane Pedler, simulations in midwifery education have been especially pivotal to the improvement of patient-first care and to the development of services currently available.
Putting people first
“Our focus is on working in partnership to deliver better joined-up services and making sure that people are at the centre of what we do. Integrated care simply means putting residents first – bringing together health and care practitioners to supply care focused on people’s needs and ensuring they can remain living independently for as long as possible.”