Immersive virtual reality (VR) simulation empowers nursing educators to provide quality learning experiences to students that are unable to attend clinical sites during the COVID-19 pandemic. Immersive VR provides a high-fidelity simulation experience in which learners don headsets and become fully immersed in the virtual world. There are many benefits to VR simulation, including the [...]
Simulation Canada’s new online micro-course series provides accessible, affordable, just-in-time learning for the new normal in healthcare simulation. They may be taken individually or as a complementary package, starting from now and going through September, covering topics from Scenario design, telesimulation, prebriefing and debriefing, and practical fundamentals.
With clinical placement opportunities limited by the pandemic, many [...]
Dr. Paul E. Phrampus, FACEP, FSSH, is the Director of UPMC’s Peter M. Winter Institute for Simulation, Education and Research (WISER Center), as well as a Professor in the Departments of Emergency Medicine and Anesthesiology of the University Of Pittsburgh School Of Medicine and Medical Director for Patient Safety at UPMC. Sharing his passion for [...]
Not too long ago we shared an article entitled 11 Key Terms to Help Colleagues Learn About Healthcare Simulation, and today we continue that trend with nine more key terms that will help your healthcare simulation program develop! From Situational Awareness to Medical Simulators, and from Laerdal’s SimBaby Infant Manikin to SynDaver’s synthetic cadavers, these [...]
Live Webinars Coming Up Next (All times in PST, UTC-8):
Creating Online Simulation Using Laerdal’s LLEAP and Zoom
3/9 @ 2PM Presented By: Arielle Cartmill, CHSOS
Observation of In-Class Sim: Can It Develop Nursing Clinical Judgment?
3/17 @ 10AM Presented By: Laura Klenke-Borgmann, PhD, RN, CHSE