Project Lifesaver is LIVES plan to create a £6million purpose-built facility that will use a combination of digital technology and ‘real’ stage settings to create an infinite variety of challenging scenarios to train and test the skills of people working in the most difficult of environments.
From a city street, to a rural field, an offshore windfarm or an industrial quarry, the Centre will replicate all of the challenges of the environment whilst crucially keeping the learners safe. All the action will be captured through a network of cameras. This footage will be reviewed and debriefed to ensure that all learning from each scenario is embedded with each learner.
Drawing from elite sport and marginal gains concepts, we will encourage responders at all levels to be the very best they can be, be that in their clinical skills or their critical thinking.
Located in Lincolnshire, Project Lifesaver will build on the reputations of both the county and LIVES as a model of best practice in delivering PHEM in a rural location and establish Lincolnshire as the best place to train in this challenging area of medicine. It will advance LIVES aim to make Lincolnshire the safest place in the UK when suffering a medical emergency, despite the challenges of the geography and a growing, ageing population.
During 2020, LIVES has developed the plan and business case for Project Lifesaver and in 2021 is focused on acquiring land, planning permission and funding to deliver this exciting project.
We hope to be in our new home during 2023.
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