Charlotte, NC Pediatric Special Needs trade show



Groundbreaking education for home health care nurses in a controlled simulation setting

Simulation training offers home health care nurses the most advanced technology available to care for children and adults in the home setting. During our grand opening event, you’ll see nurses demonstrate emergency responses using the state-of-the-art, high-fidelity, realistic adult and pediatric mannequins. You’ll also have an opportunity to attend free continuing education programs, enjoy complimentary hors d’oeuvres, attend the ribbon cutting ceremony featuring legislators and community members, and enter for a chance to win great prizes, including an iPad!


Please click on the links below for more information or to register for the CE programs.





Simulation Training Lab tour and demonstrations

Simulation technology offers home health care nurses the most advanced training available, allowing them to provide the highest level of quality care to adults and children with complex medical needs.


The Simulation Training Lab tour will include demonstrations of the state-of-the-art, high-fidelity adult and pediatric mannequins that feature life-like anatomy, make realistic sounds, and offer clinical functionality. The Simulation Training Lab allows nurses to:

  • Provide interventions for a multitude of symptoms in a controlled environment
  • Experience hands-on trach and vent care and management
  • Demonstrate competency in an emergency situation

 

Nurses are invited to free continuing education programs

Presented by: Renee Lambert, RN, BSN, Clinical Educator, BAYADA Home Health Care


Title: Cultural Diversity and Boundaries in Home Care
Time: 10:00 am
CEs: 1.0 CE
Description: This program will help the nurse define culture as it applies to health and caregiving, identify cultural differences and their effects on the delivery of care, apply methods of managing cultural differences, identify some of their own cultural differences, and have access to available resources to aid in managing cultural differences.
Register: Please click here

 

Title: Stress and Stress Management
Time: 2:00 pm
CEs: 1.0 CE
Description: Stress and Stress management continuing education is an overview to discuss what stress is from a biological and social standpoint. You will be able to identify the behavioral, emotional, and physical warning signs and symptoms of stress. You will also be able to identify ways to reduce stress and share this information with others you may provide care to.
Register: Please click here

 

Title: Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA)
Time: 4:00 pm
CEs: 1.0 CE
Description: This program provides a comprehensive overview of SMA, a genetic disease that affects children and infrequently adults. Four types of the disease are reviewed and other aspects such as diagnosis, functional losses, psychological aspects, and caregiver decisions are discussed.
Register: Please click here

 

 

BAYADA Home Health Care is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

 

Ribbon cutting ceremony — 11 am

Join state legislators and members of the community as we officially cut the ribbon to open the BAYADA Simulation Training Lab.

 

Simulation Training Lab FAQs

What is clinical simulation-based training?

Through software, instructors generate realistic patient emergency scenarios on state-of-the-art pediatric and adult mannequins that present symptoms and prompt an assessment and intervention by a nurse. The software logs the nurse’s actions and response times, and a web camera captures audio and video.

Why use simulation?

Repetitive practice in emergency scenarios presented in a safe, controlled environment builds the confidence and skills necessary to work one-on-one with a patient with complex needs. The software objectively measures actions, reactions, and response times that, combined with instructor-observed feedback, creates an ideal learning experience for nurses.

Why is this important for BAYADA home health care professionals?

Home health care professionals work one-on-one with patients in the home setting, so training and support are critical. BAYADA Home Health Care is leading the way in offering this training that is typically only available in a hospital setting. Nurses from a hospital setting can also learn how to work with pediatric and adult patients in a home setting.

What are the features of the state-of-the-art mannequins used in the lab?

The mannequins allow observation of changes in respiration, circulation, and color. Features include:

    Life-like anatomy

  • Simulated breathing with variable breathing patterns, including retractions
  • Bilateral carotid, brachial, and radial pulses that operate continuously
  • Color and vital signs that respond to interventions and changes in oxygen levels
  • Eyes that open and close with programmable blink rate, pupil size, and pupillary response to light

  • Realistic sounds

  • Crying, coughing, and hiccup sounds
  • Heart sounds that include normal heart rate and murmurs
  • Respiratory sounds that include normal lung sounds as well as crackles and wheezing

  • Clinical functionality

  • Seizures on command
  • IV training arms to practice the insertion of tubes
  • Shoulders and thighs with intramuscular injection sites
  • Functional tracheostomy and ventilator simulation

 

Questions?

If you have any questions, please call us at 704-549-1700.

 

 




Thursday, October 11
8 am – 6 pm


BAYADA Learning Center
8801 J.M. Keynes Drive
Suite 240
Charlotte, NC 28262