MedLern partners with IBS Hospital, Jaipur in North India expansion drive

20 May 2023 | News

Training nursing students and consultants at the hospital through HeartCode Complete programmes

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In a crucial initiative that further elevates the quality of nursing education and lifesaving training skills at hospitals in North India, Bengaluru-based startup MedLern has tied up with IndoWestern Brain & Spine Hospital, or IBS Hospital Jaipur.

Under this partnership, MedLern would make available Basic Life Support (BLS) and Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS) training for nursing students and consultants at the hospital through HeartCode Complete programmes co-developed by the American Heart Association (AHA) and Laerdal Medical.  

Importantly, this collaboration has come close on the heels of MedLern forging another similar tie-up with Rohilkhand Medical College and Hospital, Bareilly, located in Uttar Pradesh. For its part, IBS Jaipur is the first neuro-sciences super-speciality hospital in the state of Rajasthan.

On one hand, the simulation-based HeartCode Complete training programme employing mannequins allows healthcare personnel at the hospital to learn BLS and ACLS skills, as required depending on their need, without compromising their daily routine and duties at the hospital. On the other hand, it allows the administration to monitor the usage of the training on the MedLern platform by the learners and track their progress over time. Moreover, the traditional training methods to achieve the same proficiency take many days since they have to be done under the supervision of an experienced trainer and are always subject to human error, a risk totally ruled out under HeartCode Complete.




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