Richard Wolfe, MD and Kirsten Boyd, RN, MHA discuss “Organizing Your Leadership Team for Success” at today’s Harvard Medical School course

Richard Wolfe, MD and Kirsten Boyd, RN, MHA discuss “Organizing Your Leadership Team for Success” at today’s Harvard Medical School course “Optimizing ED Operations and Patient Care through Multidisciplinary Teamwork at the Leadership Level” organized by our Department of Emergency Medicine at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. View course details here

Optimizing ED Operations and Patient Care through Multidisciplinary Teamwork at the Leadership Level

Many of our department faculty will be speaking at a Harvard Medical School course designed to provide current or aspiring emergency department (ED) leaders with the skills they need to run successful departments. This course will highlight the advantages of having mirrored and collaborating physician and nurse leadership teams within the ED management structure. During the…

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Tuscan Mobile Simulation Project: Research Published

WIth our partners, the Region of Tuscany and University of Florence School of Medicine, we have published a paper on our collaborative mobile simulation project in the Journal of Internal & Emergency Medicine entitled “The Tuscan Mobile Simulation Program: a description of a program for the delivery of in situ simulation training.” Abstract: Simulation has…

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BIDMC Emergency Department: Crowding & Code Help

Dr. Matthew Babineau led a discussion on emergency department crowding and BIDMC’s Code Help system with Danish emergency medicine and hospitalist colleagues at Køge Hospital in Region Sjaelland, Denmark. Dr Babineau was in Denmark to help launch the regional ED nurse education project at Køge, Holbaek, Slagelse, and Nykobing Falster hospitals.  

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Region Sjaelland Emergency Nurse Education Program Launches

An HMFP nurse consulting team is currently in Region Sjaelland, Denmark working with four partner hospitals (Koge, Nykobing Falster, Holbaek, and Slagelse) on the launch of a novel and collaborative emergency nurse education program. This program, grounded in AACN’s Synergy Model, uses skills stations, taught during “nurse competency days,” to review and validate emergency nurse…

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