Human Emulation, Education, and Evaluation Lab
for Patient Safety and Professional Study
Simulation for MOCAŽ
HELPS Center Simulation-Based MOCAŽ Course|
Airway Management, ACLS, and Crisis Management during Rare and Critical Events
Course participants will gain practical experience in the evaluation and management of the difficult airway, recognition and treatment of ischemia and cardiac arrest, and have the opportunity to manage rare and critical pulmonary and cardiovascular events in the simulated environment. This course may be used to satisfy the MOCAŽ requirement for simulation-based education.
During this course we will place an emphasis on team training and communication as well as key aspects of crisis management.
Cost: $1,800 per person (Breakfast & Lunch Included) [Reduced rates are available for Mount Sinai Alumni]
To pay your course fee by credit card, call Francisco Giron (212-241-6329 - Mon-Fri 9am-5pm)
or complete the payment form and fax (212-987-2307) or e-mail it.
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Comments from E-Mail
"Once again - thank you, Ethan and Brigid for a wonderful course" A.A
"Thank you so much to you, Ethan and Brigid. That was awesome and you all were the best-bravo!" C.X.
"Thanks again for making this available locally. You guys did a very classy job and I actually enjoyed myself." E.D.
"Thank you very much for today's excellent course." Z. S.
"Dear Adam, dear Brigit, dear Ethan,
Thank you. The simulation was as much fun as it was helpful. I learned a lot.
Comments from Written Evaluations
"The sims were very pertinent to real life (no 'zebras')"
"Thank you, I thought the simulations and discussions were extremely helpful"
"Excellent quick learning and basic review"
"I thought the course was great and gave me enough time in each station"
"Reinforced a lot of situations that we dont encounter daily, and refreshes them. Good exercise "
"Overall excellent! Especially tracheostomy practical "
"Thanks! Strong point tracheostomy and invasive airway stuff"