The Ohio Pregnancy Associated Mortality Review: The Use of Simulation Training to Prepare for Obstetric Emergencies
|Ohio||Clinical||Women/Maternal Health||Workforce Development & Leadership||2|
The Ohio Pregnancy Associated Mortality Review: The Use of Simulation Training to Prepare for Obstetric Emergencies project sought to reduce pregnancy-related maternal deaths by implementing a series of simulation trainings for medical and nursing staff working primarily within low-resource birthing centers in Ohio. The trainings focused on four common clinical scenarios: postpartum hemorrhage, cardiomyopathy, opioid overdose, and preeclampsia/hypertensive emergency. The overall goals of this project were to: prepare maternity departments to participate in patient safety initiatives., provide education on common clinical issues to obstetrical care, and improve access to training programs for low-resource birthing centers.