May 23, 2014

Standard Operating Procedure Guides for Simulation Technician Positions

Recently I received word from some simulation champions in California that they were looking for a guide and other help to orientate a new Simulation Technician. Below are two SOPs, or Standard Operating Procedure, manuals that we built at the Clinical Simulation Center of Las Vegas in case we ever needed to train someone new to those [...]

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January 14, 2013

Top 50 "Best Of 2012" Medical Simulation Articles

*Update: You can now also see the Top 50 of 2013 list here!*

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November 21, 2012

How to Increase Lab Staff without Increased Budgets

Imagine having four extra staff members to help with the hands-on work necessary to make a special event run smoothly, or additional sim techs to help run multiple labs at the same time.  Expanding your medical simulation staff support can be easier and more affordable than you think.  To find out how let’s take a [...]

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December 1, 2010

Host Profitable Events at Your Sim Lab

Now, while many of us know that external contracts for use of your sim space by outside healthcare agencies is possible – finding clients and securing interest in your facilities and/or your training program requires dedicated time and energy.  Well, last week the Clinical Simulation Center of Las Vegas was contacted by a state agency [...]

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