Effectiveness Of Scenario Based Learning During Training Healthcare Worker : Literature Review

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The Effectiveness of Scenario-Based Learning in Training Healthcare Worker: Literature Review The effect of innovations within the healthcare industry lead to many scientific and technical changes in health care delivery. To cope with these changes, there necessitate to prepare and train health care workers to improve employees ' knowledge and the quality of care and. Limited clinical experience with new mode of mechanical ventilation such as Airway Pressure Released Ventilation mode make its implementation difficult in real critical world. Adequate staff training time and offsite support services and backup from ventilator manufactures are essential to improve employees ' knowledge and skills. My research topic seeks to investigate the effectiveness of scenario-based learning in training healthcare practitioners for the use of APRV. Airway Pressure Released Ventilation (APRV) was first introduced by Dr. Christine Stock and Dr. John Downs, in late 1980s. The APRV application was originally used as a rescue therapy to manage ARDS patients who have difficulty in oxygenation.{40} The Drager Evita was the first ventilator provide APRV. Other ICU ventilator manufacturers incorporated APRV mode with different terminology. Such as, the Maquet Servoi refers to APRV as Bi-vent; the Puritan Bennett 840 uses the term Bi-level; the Cardinal AVEA uses Bi-phasic; and Hamilton G5 refers to APRV as DouPAP.{13} Airway Pressure Released Ventilation is a form of nonconventional mode of
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