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October 29, 2018

3 New Products to Amplify Your Simulations Through Medical Devices

As we all know, teaching through simulation can help you improve your learners’ skills retention, acquisition, and confidence. To increase these benefits, some organizations are using in situ simulation, meaning “on location”. By giving learners an opportunity to practice complex scenarios in their real clinical environment, in situ simulation creates even more learning-rich experiences. Learners [...]

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September 18, 2018

On-Boarding the On-Boarders with a Simulation Toolkit from Allegheny Health Network’s STAR Center

The start of a new job or new job responsibilities may be overwhelming and/or anxiety-inducing to some. These feelings may be particularly heightened in the healthcare realm where clinicians move from neat textbook cases to real clinical experiences. Many institutions have identified these feelings among their new nurses and have since included simulation based on-boarding [...]

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December 14, 2017

Healthcare Simulation Learning Experiences – Better In Situ or Off-site?

Learning context is defined as the situation in which something is learned or understood, a situation that can impact how something is learned or what is taught. If this is true for healthcare simulation, then the ideal location would be to hold simulation in situ (ISS) in the patient care areas of the hospital. Many [...]

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