Countless Healthcare Simulation champions from around the world have shared their medical simulation program’s success story by submitting their article to HealthySimulation.com. Shared to 25,000 clinical simulation professionals a month through the HealthySimulation.com website, email newsletter, and social media accounts on LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter — sim champs are sharing key updates with colleagues through [...]
Designing a simulation lab is a multi-step process that involves extensive planning. Following a needs assessment, the learning requirements and characteristics of the learners are identified and measurable objectives are written. These objectives will dictate the type of healthcare simulation needed as well as indicate the type of equipment and space requirements to meet the [...]
A simulation lab is designed to provide immersive learning experiences for healthcare practitioners and students. A simulation center, which consist of realistic looking clinical sim lab rooms, manikins and equipment, allow learners to practice and development clinical expertise without any risk of patient harm. Learners apply their theoretical knowledge in carefully created hands-on scenarios that [...]
What if our Pan Tilt Zoom (PTZ) cameras could track simulation participants automatically — freeing us as facilitators or sim techs to spend more time focusing on operating the manikin, speaking as the voice of the patient, or analyzing the learner’s performance? Recently I was sent this video of the SoloShot2 that automatically [...]
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