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Pelgulinna Simulatsioonikeskus


TEAM SIMULATION TRAINING FOR SOLVING CRITICAL SITUATIONS WITH NEWBORNS AND MOTHERS

In situ simulations
– An advanced simulator with a video surveillance system
– Principles of teamwork
– Professional analysis of the situation
– International cooperation

 

 
Pelgulinna Simulatsioonikeskus
 

 
What do we do?
We arrange innovative team simulation training aimed at solving critical situations for newborns and expectant mothers. We are also experienced in providing simulations for team resuscitations of the mothers. We perform in situ training in your actual working environment. The training is carried out by two neonatologists and two midwives. If necessary, we consult with anaesthetists, gynaecologists and other specialists.
 
Our simulation training is based on a long-term programme of cooperation between Estonia and Finland. Our team has been trained by experienced Finnish simulation instructors, including a specialist with a doctoral degree in simulation training. We have also taken part in international cooperation projects with the University of Tartu and the University of Helsinki.
 
What does the training involve?
The goal of the training is to practise teamwork by imitating real critical situations that could occur with newborns or their mothers, together with resuscitation training and
 

 
 
practising manual procedures (usage of the Neopuff, intubation, catheterisation of the umbilical vein, etc.). The simulation is followed by a debriefing, with a thorough discussion and analysis of the situation.
 
Our study aid is an advanced newborn patient simulator with a control monitor and a video surveillance system.
 
Who should receive the training?
The training is meant for medical staff who work with newborns and expectant mothers, in particular in maternity hospitals but also in newborn intensive care departments. The objectives of the training are set flexibly, depending on the needs and the expectations of the staff. We are prepared to travel to different maternity hospitals and departments.
We also carry out training in Estonian, Russian, English and Finnish.

 


The Team

Our team has received training in an international environment. Among other in-service training, we have completed a course for advanced simulation instructors at CAMES (Copenhagen Academy for Medical Education and Simulation) in Denmark. Click here to read about using means of drama education in our training.
 

Our simulation training center is a registered learning facility since 09.06.2016 (registry number 10822269).
 

Dr Liina Süvari

Dr Liina Süvari

Paediatrician-Instructor

Dr Ervin Saik

Dr Ervin Saik

Paediatrician-Instructor

Dr Annemai Märtson

Dr Annemai Märtson

Gynecologist-Instructor

Dr Liina Sau

Dr Liina Sau

Anaesthesiologist-Instructor

Kärt Pielberg

Kärt Pielberg

Midwife-Instructor

Liis Jõgis

Liis Jõgis

Midwife-Instructor

 
 

We have experience or have carried out training at:

 
– Tartu University Hospital
– Pärnu Hospital
– Kuressaare Hospital
– Narva Hospital
– Intensive Care Department of Tallinn Children’s Hospital
– I-Simulation training for the Estonian Emergency
Medical Service Union
– Lapland Central Hospital
– Rakvere Hospital
– Ida-Viru Central Hospital
– Viljandi Hospital
– Lõuna-Eesti Hospital

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If you are interested, please contact us at:

 
Liis Jõgis (Midwife, Simulation Instructor)
Pelgulinna Simulation Centre
Pelgulinna Maternity Hospital
Sõle 23, Tallinn
E-mail: simulatsioonikeskus@keskhaigla.ee


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