Next Generation Harvey Cardiopulmonary Simulator Now Available from From Gordon Center | IMSH 2017 Video Interview

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At IMSH 2017, HealthySim was on hand to learn all about the Next Generation Harvey, one of the world’s most trusted cardiopulmonary simulators built out of the Michael S. Gordon Center for Research in Medical Education at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine. We learned about all the latest features of the Next Generation Harvey which was recently released to the global healthcare simulation market! I have heard from numerous simulation center program directors that if metaphorically speaking, if “the island was sinking, Harvey would be the first manikin I would put in the boat to save!”

About Harvey:

For almost 40 years, Harvey has been a proven simulation system enabling the education, training, and assessment of cardiac assessment skills that are extremely realistic.


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The Next Generation Harvey provides cardiopulmonary training for all healthcare providers. This full-size manikin realistically simulates nearly any cardiac disease at the touch of a button. New features include 20 additional patient scenarios – some with faster heart and respiratory rates – for a total of 50 conditions, 10 comprehensive standardized patient cases for teaching and assessment, and enhanced physical exam findings. Additional bilateral arm pulses.

Designed for any Learning Environment

Harvey is portable and may be used in any environment in which a patient may be examined. Small groups with stethophones may learn without an instructor by using the slide programs or the UMedic system. If the area is only for Harvey, it should be about the size of a patient’s small hospital room, so that space is available for “Bedside Rounds.” Harvey may also be used in Clinical Skills or Simulation Training Centres or SP training areas. Larger groups may learn in a lecture hall by using stethophones for auscultation and video projection for observing other physical findings. Most importantly, the main location should be convenient for both students and the person-in-charge. Even though “Harvey” functions as a self-learning device, the nearby presence and availability of knowledgeable faculty and staff will further ensure a successful program.

Next Generation Harvey New Features:

  • 20 customized patient scenarios, including cases at faster heart rates – now 50 cases total
  • 10 comprehensive standardized patient cases that can be used with Harvey for training and OSCEs
  • Additional peripheral pulses for palpation
  • Laptop included with curriculum and option to bundle UMedic e-learning curricula
  • Free subscription to live webinars for ongoing instructor and technical training

Learn more about the Next Generation Harvey!


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