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Innovation In Learning Through Simulations

Dr. Paola Santalucia explains how simulation helps stroke teams refine their protocols to continuously deliver optimal stroke care.
Angels team 15 October 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the need for innovative ways to optimize delivery of care for stroke and emergency patients, adapting the way of working in this new normal. In this lecture, Dr. Paola Santalucia emphasizes on how simulation can help stroke teams and stroke centers refine their protocols to continuously deliver optimal stroke care.

Patient Simulation in the time of COVID-19 Pandemic
By: Dr. Paola Santalucia, Italy

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