The SimTalk Blog provides insightful articles for nursing simulation educators, ranging on topics from scenario development to selecting the right medication administration simulator, and from building inclusive programs to reducing cognitive overload for faculty educators — SimTalk Blog is covering it all. Today we share some of their latest published posts to help you build [...]
Late post today sharing a blog post from Robin Clark of The QMT Group entitled “Embracing Simulation” on his blogpost “All Things Simulation”. Although it is not about medical simulation per se, this resource website has some interesting perspective on simulation in education and should be explored by clinical educators interested in furthering the [...]
This past week I ran into Dr. Paul Phrampus while attending the UK-based ASPiH annual event in Nottingham. Previously HealthySim has video interviewed Dr. Phrampus during a visit to the WISER center in Pittsburgh, where we spoke about the iSim course, WISER’s connection to the history of medical simulation & Laerdal, and UPMC’s innovative stance [...]
This is one for the Sim Techs out there! Cyle Sprick, Director of the Sim Unit at Flinders University School of Medicine wrote in to share his new blog True Plastic Surgery, which has some great technical content for Sim Techs. My favorite so far is his post on ‘Replacing Air Fittings for SimMan Manikins‘.