Why these training courses ?
Tackling serious adverse events
You already have the solutions within you
According to a study from the French national health authority HAS*, 26% of serious adverse events are linked to medical team factors.
Communication problems between professionals represent one-third of all failures.
*Analysis of 9000 serious adverse events in 2011: “Rapport de mission, État de l’art (national et international) en matière de pratiques de simulation dans le domaine de la santé dans le cadre du développement professionnel continu (DPC) et de la prévention des risques associés aux soins”, HAS report “Simulation en santé”, January 2012
“It’s not what happens to you but how you react to it that matters.”
Epictetus, 2nd century AD
3 out of 5 hospital healthcare personnel say that they are frequently interrupted, and that they also suffer pressure of time, and pressure from work demands or an increase in administrative tasks*.
Those negative elements have consequences which are apparent from the increase in “burn out syndrome”. However they are no longer inevitable. Efficient methods exist which make it possible for everyone to deal with professional demands and optimise their skills.
*Madeleine Estryn-Behar and colleagues, “Santé, satisfaction au travail et abandon du métier de soignant”, PRESST-NEXT, 01 January 2004, p23
Team Ressource Management
Everybody has something to contribute
All knowledge is based on practical experience.
STAN’s Team Resource Management course is a new learning experience through practical modules.
Our experts will guide you through the full extent of what you can achieve by optimising teamwork
1 + 1 = 3
Medical Team Training
Are you sure that you and your team-mates work together in the most efficient way? Have you already carried out a full debrief of your collective work?
The MTT course shows you the best ways to carry out a self-assessment of your individual and group performance.
No judgement, no criticism, just a powerful and innovative tool that reinforces your team practices.
Fulfilling Individual Potential
Set your own pace
Work-related stress and fatigue : A recurring topic
Do your energy levels dip at the beginning of the afternoon?
You can struggle painfully against fatigue, or give yourself a caffeine boost. Alternatively, you could opt to take a few minutes for real relaxation, which will give you an effective and lasting battery recharge.
Take the time to give yourself fresh energy for the rest of the day!
Do you have a worrying situation ahead, one which is draining your energy?
Learn to transform anxiety into motivation, and to bring all your resources to bear when you need them most. Energy is there inside you, and you can learn to use it at need.
« TRM » course
Generally, topics covered include:
- Stress management
- Team management and leadership
- Optimising communications
- Faults and errors
- Work-related fatigue
- And more
These sessions have proven their efficiency in defence aeronautics for over 20 years
« MTT » course
The Medical Team Training course consists of a simulation session carried out in your own department, or in a dedicated environment.
Your teams will be led through self-analysis of their systems and procedures, and encouraged to identify action points for further progress.
Participants always appreciate the realism of these sessions. The improvements they provide are tailored to be a perfect match for their needs.
« FIP » course
The Fulfilling Individual Potential is build with you, on request, from 1 to 5 days.
Day 1. Letting go
Applications for TOP (Techniques for Optimising Potential)
Day 2. Self-energizing
Day 3. Build your capacity
Mental imagery training
Day 4. Function optimally
Mental projection of success
Day 5. Move towards independence
Training for autonomy
The key is within you
Learn to use your full potential
|TRM : Team Resource Management
|MTT : Medical Team Training
|TRM + MTT Pack
|FIP : Fulfilling Individual Potential
|€2,290 per day
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