April 13, 2017

IPSSW 2017 Pediatric Simulation Conference Taking Place June 1-3 !

Is your simulation focusing on pediatrics — or are you looking to expand your pediatric simulation courses? Keep learning on the latest advances in pediatric and perinatal simulation at the 9th International Pediatric Simulation Symposia and Workshops to collaborate, create and captivate — June 1-3 in Boston!

In previous years, you have [...]

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December 24, 2015

Implementing Curriculum Using Simulation To Augment Pediatric Emergency Medicine Rotation

Shared by our friends at B-Line Medical this Med Ed Online article “Development and assessment of a pediatric emergency medicine simulation and skills rotation: meeting the demands of a large pediatric clerkship” by Elaine K. Fielder and colleagues can help us expand simulation into our programs.

Objective: To implement a curriculum using simulation and [...]

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June 8, 2015

Boston Children’s Hospital ‘SIMPeds’ Program Provides Expanded Simulation Resources

At IPSSW 2015 I had the opportunity to learn more about Boston Children’s Hospital’s SIMPeds program, which enables area wide simulation training, testing, networking, and innovative engineering opportunities — as well as consulting for programs with specific needs. Lead by Peter Weinstock MD, PhD,¬†Anesthesia Chair in Pediatric Simulation Senior Associate in Critical Care [...]

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March 3, 2015

Surgical Sam "World's First Infant Surgical Team Trainer" From The Chamberlain Group | IMSH 2015 Video Interview

Lisa Chamberlain of The Chamberlain Group toured us through Surgical Sam while exhibiting at the International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare 2015. This unique model allows for advanced surgical training with realistic features specific to modules teams need rare training to perform. Watch our video interview below to get an inside look [...]

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