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How to buy virtual EMS education solutions (eBook)

Download this EMS1 virtual EMS education solutions buying guide to learn key steps for product selection, purchasing and implementation

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Who would have thought that you could run through a complete patient care scenario without a single manikin in front of you, but with an interactive – virtual – patient, instead?

Like virtual flight or firefighting simulation, virtual reality training allows EMS providers and students to practice decision-making in real, stress-inducing patient assessment scenarios without any risk.

The virtual education arena has a clear trajectory for growth in EMS. With all of its technological advances in store, it can be a bit intimidating for some within the EMS industry to delve into this space (after all, we’ve been used to traditional face-to-face training since our industry’s inception). That’s why it’s important for training centers, ambulance services and education companies to take a step back and approach this learning asset with a bit of research.

Just like purchasing a specialty vehicle, training manikin, or even a communications or CAD system, there’s a number of possibilities and offerings that virtual EMS education solutions present in today’s environment – and they’re only continuing to advance as technology progresses. Considering that, it’s important to keep the beginning in mind, all while looking to the horizon to see where these products can take you, your agency and your clinicians. Because these products are so versatile, you’ll likely learn that what you intended to use the product for is just the beginning of what they’re capable of.

Included in this guide:

  • Key considerations before purchasing
  • Implementation considerations
  • Questions to ask vendors
  • Company directory

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