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April 19, 2018

10 Reasons Healthcare Simulation Programs Need Qualified Sim Technology Specialists

Every month HealthySimulation.com Writers receive emails from new healthcare simulation programs asking to review their job description for an upcoming Simulation Technology Specialist role they hope to hire soon. Countless times these position descriptions require “Masters Prepared Nurse” or someone with “5 years of Medical experience”. But while these programs already have qualified clinical staff, [...]

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April 18, 2018

Medical Shipment Now Also Distributes Latest Pyxis MedStation ES System for High-Realism Educational Learning

Medical Shipment is now also the sole educational distributor for the latest Pyxis MedStation ES system, an automated medication dispensing system supporting decentralized medication management. Pyxis helps clinicians safely and efficiently dispense medications while offering enterprise-ready integration, and with the educational unit allows for your healthcare learners to practice with real equipment! Medical Shipment is a [...]

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April 11, 2018

Drake Systems Group Launches New Website Showcasing Impressive Simulation A/V Design Portfolio

Drake Systems Group (DSG), a California-based but international company, has launched a new website to help inform medical simulation center leadership, technology specialists, and clinical educators in their evaluation and planning process for technology at their campuses. Their most recent successful A/V project at the University of Miami School of Nursing Hospital joins their previous portfolio [...]

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April 11, 2018

Physiology: The Force Behind Simulation, A Guide for Techs Part 3: Diabetes

Some simulation team members may have a limited background in physiology or medicine. An understanding of basic physiological concepts can enable non medical simulationists to better understand medical simulation. This article is part 3 of a series of posts related to physiology, with this article introducing the physiology of diabetes.

Part 2 covered Heart [...]

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