Paul Pribaz, VP of Simulation Administration for Jump Simulation in Peoria, IL and Chair of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare Technology Committee recently wrote in to share about a the “first-of-its-kind” engineering design challenge later this year. The program invites bioengineering students to pair up with simulation practitioners and other innovators to find solutions to current [...]
The U.S. Military spares no expense when the opportunity to learn from real world environments in controlled, predictable, repeatable, and experimental ways. With a budget that dwarfs healthcare simulation, the consistent end result for ROI on training is always, consistently, 100%: simulate. It should be no surprise then, that the U.S. Navy has their own [...]
Our topic today is designed to support those medical simulation champions or new companies looking to build training products for our growing sector with the note about Pulse R&D, a group which helps to produce models for a plethora of medical markets. If you are looking to commercialize your medical simulation task-trainer concept, [...]
Shortly after IMSH 2014 I posted a video about the belle of the ball: Fidelis from CAE Healthcare. You can watch part 1 of my Fidelis Maternal Fetal review interview here, in which we learn why CAE decided to enter into the birthing simulator market now with their first new simulator [...]
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