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January 13, 2021

Top 50 Healthcare Simulation Posts of 2020

HealthySimulation.com is excited to shared this list of the top 50 healthcare simulation posts of 2020 with simulationists around the world. The past year has presented a number of challenges given the COVID-19 pandemic, but faced with these obstacles, healthcare simulation technicians, educators and administrators worked together to revolutionize the way medical simulation education and [...]

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January 12, 2021

Achieve Clinical Simulation Proficiency Faster with CAE Healthcare’s Adaptive Learning

The past year has presented a transformation into new ways of healthcare simulation education—including online learning, distance learning, remote learning and hybrid learning, with new industry terms like “telesimulation” also entering the lexicon. Supporting this transition, CAE Healthcare believes that learners should still have the flexibility to work at their own pace while achieving a [...]

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December 23, 2020

Dr. Berry’s Academic Nursing Leaders Blog Encourages Healthcare Simulation in Nursing

In working with others to design and build the future of healthcare in academic nursing, Devon M. Berry, Ph.D., RN, created a next-gen academic nursing leaders blog that serves as a forum for the nursing community. His blog touches on elements of healthcare simulation and especially caters to those interested in creating next-era academic nursing. [...]

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December 10, 2020

Bariatric Simulators Provide Plus-Sized Patient Surgical & Patient Care Training

A bariatric simulator is a segmented clinical task trainer that represents a bariatric patient and that can be used to teach surgical skills or patient movement for EMS, PT, or other direct patient care professionals. Surgical learners can gain valuable practice experience and insight while performing various bariatric surgical procedures through the use of bariatric [...]

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