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August 17, 2017

Early-Bird Extended for 8th ASPiH UK Healthcare Simulation Conference!

Good news Sim Champs! The early bird deadline has been extended for the 8th annual ASPiH Simulation in Healthcare conference taking place in the UK. The group recognizes that it can be very difficult to obtain study leave over the holiday period, therefore ASPiH have extended the early bird deadline until midnight on 25th September [...]

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January 5, 2017

CAE Healthcare Supports Development of Simulation Impact Tool with Leeds Beckett

Nursing Times recently covered how CAE Healthacre is supporting the development of a tool that calculates the impact of a student’s simulated encounter with a patient with UK based Leeds Beckett University!

Ann Sunderland, director of clinical skills and simulation at Leeds Beckett University, has been selected to work with Canadian Aviation Electronics (CAE) Healthcare [...]

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December 15, 2016

Simulation and Interactive Learning (SaIL) Centre Seeks Simulation/Medical Education Fellow

SAIL is seeking Simulation Fellows!

Applications are invited for appointment to a Simulation/Medical Education Fellow placement. This unique post offers an exciting opportunity for Specialty Registrars to develop their experience and skills as medical educators. The Fellowship provides an out of programme experience for a period of 12 months attached to [...]

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October 31, 2016

Iqarus Provides Fully Immersive Live Action Combat Medicine Training Center in UK

Imagine walking into a building in UK and instantly being transported to a combat zone in Iraq. Well, with Iqarus training center that is now possible as they just opened a fully immersive environment with live actors in Hereford, UK. It’s like a real life haunted house!

A new training centre which can replicate [...]

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