Just this past month, WIRED science writer Matt Simon visited Stanford to take a closer look at a pediatric simulator causing strong emotional responses from learners – Gaumard’s Pediatric HAL s2225. Why? Because in addition to illustrating nearly a dozen facial expressions, HAL also simulates a variety of common emotional states to better approximate behavior. [...]
At IMSH 2018, HealthySim saw the world’s first high fidelity pediatric simulator that moves — with head movements, eye tracking, and voice-to-jaw resemblance. Meet Gaumard’s HAL S225 Advanced Pediatric Patient Simulator. Putting our index finger up to Hal’s face, he tracked our hand movement with his eyes — in real time — and then it [...]
Is your simulation focusing on pediatrics — or are you looking to expand your pediatric simulation courses? Keep learning on the latest advances in pediatric and perinatal simulation at the 9th International Pediatric Simulation Symposia and Workshops to collaborate, create and captivate — June 1-3 in Boston!
In previous years, you have [...]
Shared by our friends at B-Line Medical this Med Ed Online article “Development and assessment of a pediatric emergency medicine simulation and skills rotation: meeting the demands of a large pediatric clerkship” by Elaine K. Fielder and colleagues can help us expand simulation into our programs.
Objective: To implement a curriculum using simulation and [...]