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December 27, 2017

Improving Multi-Professional Teamwork Through Trauma Simulation Training Feedback

Today a full article entitled “Improved Multi-Professional Teamwork through Trauma Team Simulation Training Feedback” from Puotiniemi Annukka, Tinnilä Susanna, and Jokela Jorma of Laurea University of Applied Sciences and the Finnish National Defense University in Finland. According to the study, trauma team simulation training is important for developing competence skills in a multiprofessional team. Research shows [...]

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December 5, 2017

Post Medical Simulation Jobs to Over 20,000 HealthySim Viewers

Did you know you can feature your healthcare simulation position to over 20,000 viewers through’s website, newsletter and social media platforms? Join hundreds of other institutions and companies that are looking specifically for professional candidates with experience in healthcare simulation! Prominently displayed on the homepage and newsletter, your medical simulation job will be seen [...]


August 19, 2015

Lessons from Last Week's Scuba Diving Tragedy That Can Be Incorporated into Simulation

As a PADI DiveMaster I have spent hundreds of hours training above and below water to further develop my skills and experience the thrills of deep water diving. Yet my 200+ dives are nothing compared to those professionals out there some with 10,000+ dives in their log book! You may remember a previous article entitled “What [...]

November 24, 2014

Example of Simulation Lab Faculty, Staff and Learner Roles & Responsibilities Breakdown

Available below is one of numerous program policies and procedures guides our team developed while I was director of the  Clinical Simulation Center of Las Vegas. These guidelines were created in-order to maximize the results of simulated learning experiences, which requires the coordination of many “moving parts”. Here are a few excerpts from the [...]

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