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 [...]
Today, two news stories on how the US military is utilizing simulation to train for and improve patient care in combat and hospital scenarios: Above, Hospital Corpsman Cameron Carter works on a life-like mannequin during a combat scenario Thursday during Tactical Combat Casualty Care Course at Naval Hospital Pensacola. The training is designed [...]
This U.S. Navy produced show “Scrubbing In” highlights a recent visit of the Bioskills Simulation Training Center at the Naval Medical Center in San Diego, CA.
The new episode features host Paul Ross, BUMED deputy public affairs officer, participating in training at the Bioskills Simulation Training Center at Naval Medical Center San Diego. “The goal of this episode [...]
This exciting press release about the large distribution of Combat Simulator’s CAEsar was forwarded to me by CAE Healthcare. Learn more about the CAEsar from my video review, re-embedded below.
CAE Healthcare sells record 44 Caesar Trauma Patient Simulators to United States Navy Expeditionary Combat Command (NECC)