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 [...]
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, [...]
A new update from our friends at the EM Sim Cases Library website, covering “Simulation Solutions for Low Resource Settings”, written by a PGY 4 in Emergency Medicine at The University of Toronto. This article provides us a good insight on what medical learners consider to be “great sim” without the high tech, suggesting “The local [...]
Saw on twitter yesterday that Dr. Jonathan Sherbino (@Sherbino) shared about EMSIMcases.com, a free peer-review simulation case databank. The website offers simulation scenario design guides, free cases, templates, and peer-review support! Check out our other links to free medical simulation scenarios!
Why must we all keep re-inventing the wheel?
Most EM residency programs are now using simulation in [...]