A NEXTGEN LEARNING SPACE DESIGNED TO ELEVATE YOUR AIRWAY PRACTICE
Everything You Need to Feel Comfortable in the Airway Operator’s Home Base
Welcome. We merge digital and physical space in new ways to bring you this next generation learning style. Learning spaces at PAC are nextgen flipped classrooms that integrate our uniquely immersive, interactive and self-directed in person learning installations with our online masterclasses to create more resilient, more accessible airway training that will help you meet the challenges of today’s learning environment.
instructions for use
TIME REQUIRED: 90 MINUTES
What you’ll learn here
- Understanding of the role and responsibilities of this vital space
- A strategy for successful ownership of the head of the bed
- The use of airway checklists
- Core skills to prepare your patient
- Pre-Oxygenation skills training
- RSI skills training
- Updated equipment setup plan
- Important team communication skills
includes integrated live in person, remote and online training events
Make sure you have time on your side
Hey, did you miss something, maybe something important?
Not sure what to do first? Prepare your patient…
What do you need? Here’s a review of everything you need and nothing you don’t.
Emergency airway is a team event.
Intubation is a time dependent procedure, so give yourself enough time….
RSI we do it for a reason. Do it often,. Do it right.
ENTER THE VIRTUAL TRAINING LAB
This training installation includes a high fidelity simulation to practice deploying all the skills, concepts and tools you learned on the journey. When your done a faculty debrief will highlight the strengths of your performance, and areas of potential improvement. One design advantage of the learning installation is that you can journey through the space as many times a you need. Completion of the simulation will allow you to identify areas that need improvement and give you the opportunity go back through the space and review in a more focused and efficient format so you can feel confident you could perform FONA in a moments notice in a time of need.
- Owning the head of the bed
- The power of checklists
- Prepare your patient
- Prepare your equipment
- Prepare your team
- Rapid sequence intubation