Skip to main content

SAFETY - Simulation approach for education and training in emergency

SAFETY is an Erasmus+ project aiming at assessing the gap between theoretical and practical knowledge in emergency medicine and simulation sector.

Publisert: Endret:
Facts
Budget

NOK 10 million

Project period

2021-2024

Project manager UiS

Thor Ole Gulsrud

Contact person UiS

Peter Dieckmann

Follow us

Facebook

Students in paramedicine at the University of Stavanger (Photo: Hilde Garlid).

The project aims to renew the existing training offer and to overcome training gaps, making practitioners safer and ready to operate in real emergency conditions or collaborate with companies involved in the development of medical simulation tools.

SAFETY partnerland
SAFETY is a new research network with ten partners from seven European countries.

SAFETY brings together 10 partners from 7 European countries to develop a new course within the field of emergency medicine. The course will consist of both practical and theoretical modules. The theoretical modules in the course will be offered using an e-learning tool, while the practical modules will be implemented as standard classroom training where students will use simulation tools as part of the teaching.

The University of Stavanger (UiS) will be part of a European training network that enables sharing of best practices. UiS will lead the work of conducting a literature study where the goal is to identify the optimal team composition for training using simulation tools.

UiS will also lead the development of materials that will be used to simulate situations where the relatives of a patient panics. Such situations can have a negative impact on the team working with the patient and reduce the possibility of survival in an emergency,

The project is led by Università degli studi di Foggia. 

Researchers at UiS and Stavanger University Hospital

51833104
Faculty of Health Sciences



Department of Quality and Health Technology
Avdelingsleder
Faculty of Health Sciences



Department of Quality and Health Technology
Professor II
51831257
Faculty of Health Sciences



Department of Quality and Health Technology
Universitetslektor
51832783
Faculty of Health Sciences



Department of Quality and Health Technology
Førsteamanuensis
Faculty of Health Sciences



Department of Quality and Health Technology
Førsteamanuensis II

Simulation activities at UiS

A Norwegian project for student active simulation-based learning in higher education

Here we present a project that will substantially build on the findings of SAFETY+ and offers possibilities for future d...

Each emergency is different and requires different skills

Two medical emergencies have been outlined in this article. The SAFETY Project is about trying to understand different t...

Implementing simulation-based health education

The project aims to strengthen the capacity and quality of nursing and midwifery education at partner universities in Ma...

Implementing simulation-based education in Malawi and Tanzania

The University of Stavanger has received NOK 18.7 million from Norad to implement simulation-based education in nursing...

Course in simulation-based learning

Increase your competence in the use of simulation as a learning method through the course Simulation-based learning at t...

Training app for enhancing students' clinical nursing skills

Norwegian, English, and Spanish nursing students can now use a new app when practicing practical procedures. The app aim...

Developing simulation training using 360 ° video

360ViSi is an international collaborative project with the aim of developing innovative learning methodologies in health...

UiS presents simulation app on international research conference

The University of Stavanger took part in INTED in Valencia to present the DIGISIM app, a three-year long development pro...

E-learning and simulation in healthcare

We develop knowledge that examines the effect of digital learning resources and simulation on quality and competence in ...

EU funding for new simulation course in emergency medicine

Together with nine partners, the Faculty of Health Sciences at UiS has received approximately NOK 10 million from the EU...