May 11, 2011By Lance Baily

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Hey Sim Champs!

The first conference I ever attended when I started my career in medical simulation was METI’s Western Regional Human Patient Simulation Network Meeting in San Francisco many years ago.  I learned a great deal about best practices in a variety of subjects, from moulage to METI software, debriefing practices and everything in-between! What is great about these meetings are they are “non-denominational”, meaning you can learn a great deal about simulation even if you are not specifically a METI user.  In other words, the HPSN meeting is education-based, not METI-based. Click the banner below to learn more!

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“HPSN is the premier education conference for medical simulation users with leaders from all ends of the globe coming to take part in this incredible learning event. This year’s Western Regional HPSN is being hosted by Swedish Medical Center, Seattle University and METI and is offered for FREE to anyone interested in medical simulation and education. Don’t miss this opportunity to attend workshops, plenary sessions and network with medical education simulation experts in a casual, cooperative and informative setting.”

METI is sponsoring the new banner ad seen on the upper right hand corner of the right column of – which enables this website to continue to provide all the best news, product previews, advice for the medical simulation community – and remain FREE! Special thanks to Richard Kuschinsky, Doug Underwood and METI for their support of!

METI HPSNs are a great meeting for Simulation Champions and I highly recommend them! Click the banner above to learn more….

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