Pocket Nurse at IMSH 2012

Pocket Nurse was at IMSH this year to continue demonstrating support for medical simulation.  By providing medical supplies and equipment that are specifically designed to enhance simulated healthcare learning, Pocket Nurse ® has helped to provide solutions for our emerging community.  Products such as their patented DEMO DOSE  simulated medications provide your simulation program with ready-made solutions for your educational needs, saving staff time and energy while increasing realism for learners.

Simulated medications

Pocket Nurse has also demonstrated their commitment to helping healthcare educators by supporting the medical simulation community by sponsoring scholarships, organizations, workshops and conferences in the field.  Notably, Pocket Nurse  has sponsored scholarships and workshops at INACSL and recently became a founding sponsor of the 2012 GHOSTS meeting , or “Gathering of Healthcare Simulation Technology Specialists“.  GHOSTS continues the success of last year’s “Gathering of Technicians”, which was the world’s first conference dedicated specifically to train healthcare simulation technicians.

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Watch the video below to learn more about the support Pocket Nurse ® provides to our medical simulation community!

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  • Trevor Jarvis
    March 2, 2012 at 3:29 pm

    Hey Lance, I still look forward to your website and monthly updates, now that I no longer teaching in simulation. One note about Demo Dose relates to realism. I use to order many of their products, but one of my Nursing Instructor colleagues asked not to use the products due to the misspelling of names (atropin). I know they purposely spell the products; but my colleague stated it sets a bad example to students to use misspelled products as we teach them to use the 7 rights for medication admin and incorrect spelling would lead to not using a product in reality. I thought she was being picky, but after some thought I had to agree. So you may want to pass this note on, or not. However I want to say even on the west coast of Canada, we loved using PN and order there exclusively, just not these products. Thanks Lance and keep up the great work; it’s too important to stop publishing.

  • March 26, 2012 at 12:05 pm

    Trevor: Thank you for the Demo Dose feedback. The main reason the products are misspelled is to prevent entry into real product supply chain. Not only do we sell the products to schools, but also hospital simulation labs. Also, since products do not contain active ingredients they cannot be labeled by the “real” name. Thank you for supporting a nurse owned and operated company! Deborah

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