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April 10, 2020

Health Scholars Giving Away $1M in Desktop ACLS Training to 14,000 Educators in Need

Health Scholars is giving away $1,000,000 in free grant support to the first 14,000 healthcare educators who can demonstrate an immediate need for desktop-based ACLS Training. This massive response to the COVID-19 pandemic is designed to quickly support healthcare simulation and medical education, training, or patient safety departments which need to prepare learners for Advanced [...]

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April 6, 2020

Latest Clinical Simulation Tools for Fighting Coronavirus

Continuing our series of articles covering the latest clinical simulation tools for fighting Coronavirus, here we share global updates from leading corporations, organizations, and news publications. From open access to leading simulation scenario libraries to ventilator skills training courses, and from new tools to overcome campus disruptions to guides on how to transition to online [...]

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January 14, 2020

New Study Finds VR Effective for ACLS Training with 83% Cost Savings

A recent Mount Sinai HELPS Center study found that Virtual Reality ACLS simulation training was effective for assessing Advanced Cardiac Life Support competency, to the tune of 83% cost savings, 25% faculty requirements, and almost half the training time! Today we take a closer look at this upcoming research, AHA guidelines on addressing ACLS skills [...]

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July 11, 2018

The New CAE Ares is Much More Than an ALS Manikin

Patient simulation has proven itself to be an effective modality for training in both routine and emergency patient care. And while a growing number of paramedic programs, worldwide, incorporate simulation-based education for assessment, problem-solving and critical thinking, there is an expressed need for simulation to be used in a broader capacity. To answer this need, [...]

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