This webinar will explore a serious educational card game that stimulates team discussion and enhances specific team skills regarding the care of persons with responsive behaviours. A toolkit developed for Ontario long-term care home educators on how to use Trigger Match as an educational resource will be shared.
Participants will learn about:
- Enhancing creativity and proactivity in the care of residents with responsive behaviours
- Supporting critical thinking and valuing of non-pharmacological interventions
- Encouraging teamwork and collaborative practice within an interprofessional team
Jennifer Reguindin, BScN MScN RN GNC(c), Interprofessional Educator, Ontario Centres for Learning, Research and Innovation in Long-Term at Baycrest.
Jennifer Reguindin is an Interprofessional Educator at the Ontario Centres for Learning, Research and Innovation in Long-Term Care at Baycrest. Her work focuses on a wide range of topics including preventing acute deterioration, responsive behaviours, clinical simulation, and gamification in geriatric care and healthcare education.