Mobile Education Program
This mobile training program provides specialized critical care skill training to STARS crews and other emergency care providers. The first mobile program of its kind in North America, it features a human patient simulator which replicates complex medical and traumatic problems over and over again. It offers medical personnel the opportunity to test and practice their reactions and skills, leading to a high degree of familiarity and confidence.
- speaks and breathes
- blinks and has reactive pupils
- has a heartbeat and a pulse
- accurately mirrors human responses to such procedures as CPR, intravenous medication, intubation, ventilation and catheterization
The mannequins have been installed in four motorhomes, creating large mobile emergency rooms. Additionally, STARS has a wireless mannequin that can be transported in a specially-modified SUV. This mannequin can be used in a variety of environments including hospital emergency rooms, classrooms, and mock accidents scenes.
Due to its complete versatility, STARS is able to bring training to health care workers who may be faced with barriers of distance and the inability to leave the community at regular intervals to train.
If you are interested in booking a STARS Mobile Education Unit Session please fill out the online form.
Dave Allison – Alberta South
Michael Christian – Alberta North
Shawn Silver – Saskatchewan North
Jason Prokopetz – Saskatchewan South
Brent Bekiaris – Manitoba
GEMS is an online, multimedia emergency skills training experience with a hands-on simulation component that enables rural physicians to upgrade EM skills at work or at home. this program is provided in partnership between RhPAP and STARS.