The International Network for Simulation-based Pediatric Research, Innovation and Education (INSPIRE) is a collaborative group of healthcare professionals whose goal is to improve the lives of children through healthcare simulation. Together, medical simulation experts, clinicians, educators, investigators, statisticians, human factors researchers and psychologists work to serve as a global community that catalyzes discoveries and promotes [...]
A quick weekend update from our friends at the Canadian based SIM-one & CNSH Communities with our sharing of their most recent newsletter, and don’t forget about their upcoming annual event this November 30th and December 1st!
There have been some incredible recent achievements in the world of simulation by Canadian simulationists and organizations. We wanted [...]
SIM-one—the Ontario Simulation Network—is a not-for-profit organization that connects the simulation community, facilities, resources and services across the Province of Ontario. SIM-one provides valuable services to the simulation community, including education and training, research grants, the SIM-one Provincial Equipment Coordination Service (SPECS), and popular events like the annual Ontario Simulation Exposition. Fully supported [...]