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June 19, 2019

Understanding IV Site Access for Healthcare Simulation, with Assessment Template

Intravenous fluid (IV) and medication administration is often a necessary component of patient care even though there are potential hazards associated with this type of therapy. Healthcare Simulation scenarios involving IV fluids or medications should attempt to mimic real life situations as much as possible. When learners have to frequently “pretend” to perform tasks they [...]

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June 18, 2019

Oxford Medical Simulation Transforms Healthcare Education with Virtual Reality

Oxford Medical Simulation (OMS) develops true to life virtual reality healthcare simulation scenarios, with full feedback and debrief capabilities, to allow VR to do the work, so sim labs can be more efficient and effective in their educational and training process. OMS has designed their VR simulation system to be seamlessly embedded into any university [...]

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June 4, 2019

Healthcare Has Changed: Laerdal eBook Shares How Simulation Can Help

Laerdal’s latest eBook explores how healthcare has changed and how clinical simulation can mitigate the impacts of this evolution. There are very few people who enjoy constant change. With change comes disruption, new learning curves, and even potential patient risk. Medical Simulation is often considered an optimal means for mitigating the impact of change. Using [...]

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May 31, 2019

Post Your Medical Simulation Jobs to 25,000+ Champions a Month

Institutions and Companies looking for experienced Healthcare Simulation Champions should strongly consider posting their unique positions on HealthySimulation.com’s Medical Simulation Job Listings Page. With affordable rates that provide tiered access to featured placements on the website, newsletter, and social media accounts — finding specialized talent in this unique field has never been easier! Check out [...]

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