As healthcare systems worldwide are struggling to meet the demand for treatment from COVID-19, nurses need to be quickly upskilled on the essential skills and concepts for providing intensive care to COVID-19 patients. Hospitals are accelerating this training using Project Florence’s personalized, adaptive learning.
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Sana identifies where skill gaps exist, and what learning is needed to reach mastery. Continuously personalizing the learning paths based on the individual needs of the learner. Surfacing just what they need, right when they need it.
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The main author of the curriculum is Ed Park, MSN CCNS CSC CMC CCRN NPD-BC Cardiovascular Critical Care CNS. Ed Park has over 31 years of experience in Nursing, most recently at Mount Sinai Morningside. In his spare time, Ed serves as nursing clinical faculty at Columbia University NYC, Hunter College NYC, and Adelphi University.
The Japanese language version of the curriculum has been gracefully translated by Ms. Yuko Ikeda, Mr. Kenta Muroya, Mr. Takuto Shiraishi, Ms. Tamami Arai, Mr. Tomokazu Koide, and Ms. Mio Teramoto.
The sources for content used in the curriculum include American Association of Critical-Care Nurses, Society of Critical Care Medicine, and Mount Sinai Health System.
Other contributors include the Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation and EdPlus at ASU.