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January 8, 2019

ASPIH Vendor Video: Immersive Interactive Turns Sim Lab Into Any Environment

Today we begin a week of Vendor Video recaps from 2018’s Association for Simulated Practice in Healthcare (ASPiH) event! Covering the latest innovative medical simulation products from UK based companies, these must see technologies can increase usability and realism in your sim labs immediately, from new scenario development tools and surgical simulators, ASPiH showcased some [...]

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November 6, 2018

Understanding Research For Clinical Simulation, Part 3: Introduction to Statistics

Simulation staff need to understand research theory either to fully participate in their own department’s research or to review the current literature with a view to improving their own simulation program. Today in Part 3 of HealthySim’s Series on “Understanding Research”, we introduce some of the key basics of statistics. Linked below are all the [...]

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October 24, 2018

Writing Correct Medication Orders for Healthcare Simulation Scenarios, with Downloadable Excel Template

This exclusive HealthySim article provides key information about how to write correct physician orders for healthcare simulation scenarios. When details are missing from physician order sheets, learners may become confused and will likely focus on the order error instead of the original designated learning objectives. Today’s article was guest authored by Kim Baily PhD, MSN, RN, [...]

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June 9, 2015

New Virtual Patient Monitor System from Simulab

Received an email press announcement yesterday from Simulab announcing a NEW patient monitor system for any low to mid fidelity patient manikin or other healthcare education-based scenario. As a number of Simulab’s products have little to no technical “Hardware” in them, this new software will enable current and future customers to add this [...]

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