Yesterday in Los Angeles the Southern California Simulation Collaborative came together at the newly upgraded Kaiser Permanante Los Angeles Medical Center Simulation Center for a half-day of tours, educational sessions and peer support networking. HealthySimulation.com writers were on hand to learn more about the new Simulation Labs, TEAMSTEPPS programs, and training successes at Kaiser.
Dr. Nilesh [...]
Did you know that November is Diabetes Awareness Month? Each year this month is observed to raise awareness with individuals, healthcare professionals, organizations, and communities across the country who are directly or indirectly affected by Diabetes. Today, we take a closer look at Diabetes and some of the key healthcare simulation learning theories from Dr. [...]
Medical Simulation experiences during initial Emergency Medical Services (EMS) education has been shown to be beneficial in more ways than one. Interestingly, recent research conducted by Gurnakova and Gropel in Austria, suggests that experienced EMS practitioners may also benefit from healthcare simulation training (Gurnakova, J. Gropel, P. Prior Participation in Simulation Events is Associated With [...]
Shawn S. Albers, BSc, MSc and colleagues recently wrote an article covering how SimWars is gaining massive popularity with clinical teams in Ireland on the JEMS website. The article explicates greater detail about a recent competition and how the innovative competition has taken the country by storm since 2017 — already a big hit across [...]