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July 13, 2018

Healthcare Simulation Professionals Of Texas (SPOT) Meet in Fort Worth To Support Each Other

In 2014 a group of dedicated simulation champions came together to create SPOT, aka the Simulation Professionals Of Texas, to offer collaboration amongst simulation facilities and personnel in the state. Today was SPOTs quarterly meeting at Texas Wesleyan University where over 75 professionals came together from the across the big state. Each quarterly event is [...]

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July 12, 2018

ReaLifeSim IV Simulator Blends Task Trainer With Standardized Patients

We could easily argue that real practice on real people equals real competence and real confidence. But how can we provide simulated learning on real people without risking injury? Consider the training products like ReaLifeSim from B & G Educational Innovations, an attachable arm band which allows healthcare learners to practice IV sticks on real [...]

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July 12, 2018

Director of Simulation Center, Nazarbayev University School of Medicine

Nazarbayev University was launched in 2010 as the premier national and regional research university, partnering with some of the most recognized names in international Higher Education, including Cambridge University, National University of Singapore, Duke University, University of Wisconsin-Madison, and University College London, with the objective to build a western-style research university with English as the [...]

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July 11, 2018

The New CAE Ares is Much More Than an ALS Manikin

Patient simulation has proven itself to be an effective modality for training in both routine and emergency patient care. And while a growing number of paramedic programs, worldwide, incorporate simulation-based education for assessment, problem-solving and critical thinking, there is an expressed need for simulation to be used in a broader capacity. To answer this need, [...]

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July 10, 2018

Physiology Guide to Simulation Part 3B: Understanding Hypoglycemia & Excel Template for Simulated EHR

An understanding of basic physiological concepts can enable Healthcare Technology Simulation Specialists (aka Sim Techs) without medical backgrounds a better understanding of the “why and the what” behind medical simulation. Extending beyond our recent article “Physiology: The Force Behind Simulation, A Guide for Techs Part 3: Diabetes” today we take a closer look at Hypoglycemia and [...]

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July 9, 2018

Wake Technical Community College Launches Sim Tech Associate’s Degree Program

Very exciting news for Healthcare Simulation Technology Specialists! Wake Technical Community College has just announced a “first” for North Carolina: a degree in Healthcare Simulation Technology! The new Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degree trains students to set up, operate, and troubleshoot patient manikins, multimedia systems, and computer programs used in training healthcare professionals. Wake Tech is the [...]

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