Benefits of Applied Learning
The healthcare environment is constantly changing. New surgical devices, new procedures and new methods of treatment are introduced each year. The need for professionals to improve they ways in which they work – as individuals and in groups – is increasing. The need for industry, government organizations and health care organizations to engage with a hands-on, applied learning environment is more paramount now than ever before.
Why Applied Learning?
Applied learning is a principle that crosses all disciplines and gives students and other participants ways to learn through application. While not unique to medicine, applied learning does have a special benefit in this venue. In order to develop the confidence and capability to use a new medical device, procedure or technique, you need the experience of hands-on training. At the Center for Applied Learning, we give our participants this experience through the use of fresh human tissue, synthetic tissue, tabletop task trainers and other patient simulation methods, and we verify the learners' levels of competency in the training.
How to Partner with Us
The Center for Applied learning works with a variety of federal, private and non-profit health care organizations. We regularly partner with industry to help them introduce and expand upon new products, new devices and new procedures. We work in a range of specialties, including trauma care, emergency medicine, critical care and critical care transport, pulmonary medicine and nursing. Our solutions allow our partners to develop novel curricula, unavailable at other locations, which help solve problems and improve patient safety and outcomes.
Send us an email or call (336) 716-1296. We look forward to discussing how the Center for Applied Learning can help you reach your learning objectives.