Skills-based Simulator Training in Non-Invasive Ventilation

A. Hare, M. Chatwin, A Simonds (London, United Kingdom)

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Disease area: Respiratory critical care

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Member's Comments

Abdullah Ali Al Lawati - 01.02.2023 20:18
This is not user friendly. I do not know how to access this.

Mohamed Moumkine - 07.05.2022 10:51
Very nice presentation. Thank you

FAIZAN HARIS - 17.10.2020 13:11
How do I view this? I am unable to access this

FAIZAN HARIS - 01.03.2019 08:16
in severe stable copd chapter the simulator is not going to next page and was struck at inclusion criteria.

Stephen Chaney - 17.02.2019 20:43

Markus Hilbert - 16.12.2017 18:50

Markus Hilbert - 16.12.2017 18:50

Teresa Renda - 29.10.2017 16:28
Great and very useful couse. Thank you very much.

Lukasz Antoniewicz - 10.10.2017 16:43
Great course!

Rafeek Moiloth Kandy - 06.10.2017 09:25
i cant hear anything, i am wondering no audio?

Windu Prasetya - 08.04.2017 03:53

Zsófia Lázár - 05.04.2017 21:36
Best piece in ers e-learning platform

Nousheen Iqbal - 18.12.2016 15:13
very usefull

Xavier Valan Selvaraj Fernando - 20.07.2015 04:11
Excellent simulator to learn NIV

Ziaudeen Ansari - 09.09.2014 18:21
Please make this software to be used in Macboob.

Petar Chipev - 03.09.2014 20:17
Rarely original idea! If only it was that easy in real-life situations... Thank you for the useful course. Hopefully we'll see another one soon! :)

Marine Petrosyan - 11.08.2014 09:18
Very useful.
Thanks a lot

Philipp Krainz - 10.07.2014 21:58
Good Introduction In Non.Invasive Ventilation; an info box with background information about the answers would be great...

Philipp Krainz - 10.07.2014 21:58
Good Introduction In Non.Invasive Ventilation; an info box with background information about the answers would be great...

Kada Bentata - 16.06.2014 01:53
great work; thank you very much

Alameh Zouheir - 01.06.2014 20:18
Outstanding, more like practical courses are required

Ali Tuati - 22.05.2014 19:45
nice presentation

Ali Tuati - 22.05.2014 19:44
nice presentstion

Stephanie K. Mansell - 08.04.2014 23:16
This simulator is great, really useful tool for those new to ventilation. It's a shame it will be limited to ERS members. Perhaps once it's complete there could be an option for organizations to purchase access. There appear to be a few slides where the simulator covers the "next/prev" buttons. I would like to see full adherence to the RCP guidelines,in the UK we know from the BTS audits we are still using insufficient pressures. whilst this e-learning clearly doesn't advocate the settings are guidelines I think it is a bit misleading. An excellent idea and much needed. The ability to play with the simualator and see the changes in real time is a wonderful learning tool

Ali Tuati - 08.04.2014 18:55
very nice presentation , with good topic contents ,and we are waiting for the rest of other skills-based simulator training in NIV.

Daniel Isidoro Martins - 02.04.2014 22:37
The course it-s very well constructed. Congratulations.
Hope for availability to work on mac.
I had to use a virtual machine to enjoy the course.

Sebastian Ellis - 27.03.2014 17:42
Doesn't work on Mac OS. Please fix it!

Mostafa Bakeer - 12.03.2014 20:34
In one word... PERFECT

Yin Yin Candice Lee - 05.03.2014 06:49
Comprehensive and useful

Stefano De Luca - 18.02.2014 20:08
unable to install niv simulator plugin setup wizard

François Vermeulen - 09.02.2014 09:10
Inability to be used in a Mac
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