Reducing Central Line-Associated Bloodstream Infection (CLABSI) Rates with Cognitive Science-Based Training
After deploying Amplifire we found significant reductions in CLABSI rates that were sustained for a minimum of 9 months. These results demonstrate that this learning methodology can be used to help decrease CLABSI and potentially other health care-associated infections.
Learning Versus Performance: An integrative Review
The distinction between learning and performance is crucial because there now exists overwhelming empirical evidence showing that considerable learning can occur in the absence of any performance gains and, conversely, that substantial changes in performance often fail to translate into corresponding changes in learning.
Making Things Hard on Yourself, But in a Good Way: Creating Desirable Difficulties to Enhance Learning
Knowing how to manage one’s own learning has become increasingly important in recent years, as both the need and the opportunities for individuals to learn on their own outside of formal classroom settings have grown.
- Reducing Systems-Level Clinician Burnout Through Data-Driven EHR Training
- Workforce Development Case Study
- 3 Strategies for Improving Workplace Safety for Healthcare Staff
- Amplifire and BioIntelliSense Partner to Accelerate Continuous Care from In-Hospital to Home with Science-based, Adaptive Clinical Training
- Addressing the Nursing Shortage By Reimagining Support Role Training with Online Learning