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April 5, 2021

In Situ Simulation Prepares Rapid Response Teams at Gordon Center

Rapid response teams (RRTs), an integral part of a hospital’s rapid response service, are a focus area for medical training at the Gordon Center for Simulation and Innovation in Medical Education at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine. The institution conducted the first in situ training at Bascom Palmer Eye Institute in 2013 [...]

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March 29, 2021

UpSurgeOn Academy Revolutionizes Neuroanatomy & Neurosurgery Learning

To help lead the way in changing from educating surgeons on cadavers, the UpSurgeOn project strives to empower the learning and teaching methods of neuroanatomy and neurosurgery through high-tech cognitive, virtual and physical technologies. To reach a universal framework for all surgeries, the project envisions a new generation of highly-trained surgeons whom are certified through [...]

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March 4, 2021

Holistic Simulation: Mental and Physical Health in a Pandemic

“If I go to see someone about my eyes, my eyes are what I am, and the rest of me doesn’t matter. It’s the same with mental health. If I go to see someone for a mental health problem, I am a mental health problem,” said a mental health focus group participant discussing clinician approaches [...]

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March 3, 2021

How is Simulation Used in Healthcare?

Simulation is used in healthcare primarily to meet educational and training objectives, as well as to improve patient safety outcomes. As there are many different kinds of clinical simulation, the simulationist must first take a step back and consider which type of healthcare simulation modality is best suited to meet their specific objectives. Broadly speaking, [...]

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