Distress is in the Eye of the Beholder

June 27, 2019

Michael DeVita, former president of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare and Chief Medical Officer of EarlySense, joins Dan Raemer & Janice Palaganas of the Center for Medical Simulation on their podcast, DJ Simulationistas, to talk about his development of the “rapid response” team with the goal of preventing cardiac arrest rather than just responding to it, as well as surprising results from virtual gaming that can improve code response performance.

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