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November 12, 2018

Clinical Simulation Terminology & Product Categories Demystified

Anyone involved in the technology, MedTech (medical technology), EdTech (education technology), and education sectors, are used to waves of new jargon and acronyms. Clinical Simulation (or just “Sim”) is no exception, in fact the innovation and rate of change have been so dramatic that even expert practitioners and instructors at Nursing and Medical Schools struggle [...]

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November 9, 2018

Simulation Program Manager – Medical College of Wisconsin

Manage the day-to-day operations of the STAR Center including simulation and standardized patient programs to support to and facilitate the incorporation of simulation to all internal MCW educational programs and external users on the Milwaukee Campus. Provide direction and guidance to the center staff to facilitate excellent service and high quality programming for users of [...]

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November 9, 2018

USAF Warrior Medics Train Through Wide Area Virtual Environment System

The United States Air Force Air Education and Training Command at the Brooke Army Medical Center U.S. trains like no other, with a unique simulated environment system called the Wide Area Virtual Environment, or WAVE. Building environments that create blended learning, service members can simulate healthcare engagements “on the move” between multiple patient scenario surroundings, all [...]

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November 8, 2018

New York Times Covers Growing Use of Simulation in Healthcare

While usually we cover news stories once a month like our recent Global News Update for Healthcare Simulation in October article, coverage by The New York Times warrants its own celebration. Last week writer Laura Pappano published “Training the Next Generation of Doctors and Nurses” which covered the expanding use of patient simulators and virtual [...]

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November 7, 2018

New Pediatric Anesthesia and Echo Ultrasound Trainers from CAE Healthcare

The need for well-designed training curriculum and quality ultrasound task trainers has increased exponentially. “A Practice of Anesthesia for Infants and Children” (Elsevier, 2019) suggests that “Given that crises in pediatric anesthesia are relatively rare and unpredictable and that anesthesia residents and faculty are expected to be able to successfully manage these situations, simulation-based education can [...]

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November 6, 2018

Understanding Research For Clinical Simulation, Part 3: Introduction to Statistics

Simulation staff need to understand research theory either to fully participate in their own department’s research or to review the current literature with a view to improving their own simulation program. Today in Part 3 of HealthySim’s Series on “Understanding Research”, we introduce some of the key basics of statistics. Linked below are all the [...]

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