DYP University Medical Simulation Laboratory hosted India’s first training of CAE’s JUNO Mannequin for nurses. JUNO is a modern manikin that was designed to meet educational requirements for clinical nursing skills, from task training through advanced patient care scenarios.
The workshop saw over 25 senior staff nurses from various hospitals and were guided by Ms. Amanda Wilford (Group Leader , Clinical Educator CAE ) & Mr. Naszrul Suaidi (Product Specialist, CAE) The workshop commenced with Dr Nitin Sippy’s introduction of the simulation lab to the nurses and the other guests in the debriefing area. After which Ms Amanda Wilford enlightened the attendees about the significance of medical simulation training. They then received a brief on the features of JUNO in addition to the variety of scenarios and emergencies that can be simulated on it. Three groups of nurses were formed for the purpose of group discussion on nursing emergencies post which they were taken through simulations on similar scenarios where they were encouraged to respond realistically to the emergencies. As is tradition, after each scenario the participants were debriefed and given the opportunity to watch their recorded performance and learn from their mistakes with the hope that they depart with a positive experience as well as an ameliorated and enhanced skill-set.