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UNMC Simulates High-Risk Training Scenerio

Rural doctors in Northeast Nebraska are better equipped to deliver in high-risk situations.   The University of Nebraska Medical Center held a live simulation and training session on Monday for rural health care providers at the Saint Francis Memorial Hospital in West Point.  Director of the Nebraska Perinatal Quality Improvement Collaborative Dr. Ann Anderson Berry said she wants to give healthcare providers in West Point, the opprotunity to keep up and further train their skills in a neonatal resuscitation and high-risk delivery situation. "Simulation day to teach rural health care providers how to deal with obstetric and neonatal emergincies even though deliveries are less frequent here then in bigger cities, you can still have the same spectrum emergencies and we want to make sure that everyone has an oprotunity to retrain and keep current on their high risk skills.  " The UNMC held a four-hour lecture on neonatology. Program manager of simulation in motion, Doug Dekker, provid

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