The nurses of the Hagaziekenhuis practice with acute situations every year. This time the lesson was cast in a special form, because the delivery room was an escape room.
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Senior nurses Suzanne Brouwers and Kirsten Prins developed the escape room together. They wrote scenarios, devised puzzles and worked out ideas down to the last detail. SIT scores, medical calculations and lab tubes: everything is covered.
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Can you give an example of improvement?
Kirsten: “I see a connection between the different disciplines. Speak-up, saying what you think is better. The gap is smaller, people know better what they have in common.”
What are the benefits for the patient?
Kirsten: “Care in acute situations is more flexible. This is important, because a situation can become acute in a split second. Then there are different scenarios, which we have already practiced well without pressure.” Suzanne adds: “The dynamics are different in every group. That is interesting to see and the escape room is also fun for the participants. Colleagues learn from each other in a creative way, which also improves their mutual communication. And that makes them more connected.”
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