EMS' SIMULATIONiQ™ Flex provides a single integrated platform with a full spectrum of options for mid- to large-sized standardized patient (SP) and mannequin-based simulation centers. From audio-visual hardware and software, to management, evaluation, and mobile device access, SIMULATIONiQ Flex enables evaluators to leverage their full simulation efforts to drive tangible results.
Bridging the Gaps is a collaboration of approximately 100 community-based organizations and nine academic-based programs, including five in Philadelphia (Drexel University, Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, Temple University, Thomas Jefferson University, and University of Pennsylvania) with affiliated programs in social work at Bryn Mawr College and in pharmacy and allied health at University of the Sciences.
Join us on Wednesday, September 13 for "Simulation as a Measure to Decrease Transition Shock for New Nurses," presented by: Christine Thomas, PhD, RN, CHSE, Associate Professor, Simulation & Clinical Skills Laboratory Faculty, West Chester University, Department of Nursing; and Molly Kellgren, MSN, RN, CHSE, Manager, Accelerating to Practice, National League for Nursing.
Join us on August 2 @ 2PM for "The Observer Role in Healthcare Simulation: An Underutilised Learning Opportunity," presented by Stephanie O'Regan, RN, BN, MHSM, MHSc(Ed), Nurse Manager, Senior Instructor, Sydney Clinical Skills and Simulation Centre.
Join us on August 1 @ 2PM EDT for "Constructing Innovative Rituals in Counseling: Considerations for Counselors, Clinical Supervisors, and Counselor Educators," presented by Judith A. Harrington, Ph.D., LPC, LMFT, Assistant Professor, Counselor Education, University of Montevallo.
The Capitol Hill Modeling and Simulation Expo took place in Washington, DC yesterday. It was a great day on the Hill! EMS reps educated representatives from Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi's and Senator Steve Daines' offices on the high value of medical simulation training for patient safety.
Michael S. Gordon, M.D., Ph.D., revolutionized medical education around the world. He created Harvey, the world’s first cardiopulmonary patient simulator, and UMedic, an innovative computer- and web-based program, to train physicians, emergency responders and military personnel to save countless lives.
Join us for the free webinar "Enhancing IPE Through the Use of a Progressive Case," presented by: Gail Swarm, DO, Associate Professor, Chair - Department of Clinical Sciences; and Amy Holbrook, MS, Operations Manager - Clinical Evaluation Center, West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine.
The Fourth Annual International SimChallenge took place last weekend at the Society in Europe for Simulation Applied to Medicine (SESAM) Annual Meeting in Paris. Medical students from Poland, Portugal, the Netherlands, China, France, and the USA formed teams to compete in challenging simulated clinical scenarios.