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January 9, 2018

Physiology of Simulation Part 2: Heart Rate, Respirato! A Guide for Techs

Some simulation team members may have a limited background in physiology or medicine. An understanding of basic physiological concepts can enable non medical simulationists to better understand medical simulation. This article is the second in a series of posts related to physiology. The first article entitled Physiology – the Force Behind Healthcare Simulation discussed an overview [...]

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December 7, 2017

Should Uniforms Be Required for Nursing Students in Simulation?

Most Nursing Students are expected to wear uniforms in the clinical setting while taking care of patients however, should students be required to wear uniforms in the simulation lab, skills lab or just generally on campus? While most clinical facilities would expect to see students in uniform while taking care of patients, the facility may [...]


December 8, 2015

Conquer Mobile’s PeriopSim Selected for ‘100 Nurses’ Research Study into Surgical Simulation Education and Training for Nurses

Today a highlight of an upcoming study teaching nurses surgical instrumentation through simulation. There’s a daunting array of instruments to learn and this is the first simulation app to focus on education for preoperative nurses.

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Conquer Mobile, Simulation Training Specialist, Announces that PeriopSim Has Been Selected as the Simulation Technology for the ‘100 Nurses’  [...]

March 13, 2014

Train Healthcare Learners Through Virtual Simulations with MUVE

Ever wish you could just build or redesign a hospital floor to train your healthcare students in? Or just want the space to yourself with environmental scenarios easily repeatable? The online avatar world of Second Life has evolved to become very good at providing just that kind of opportunity! I recently learned of [...]

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