Today we share a submitted article by Kevin Cummings BSN, RN, Simulation Tech at Marymount University on how to save money by designing you own EHR excel charting system and building your own database of Patients. The Marymount University Nursing Program is based in Arlington, VA and has both accelerated and traditional BSN students, and [...]
Happy Friday Sim Champs! Today as we start to prepare for a Summer of Simulation Conferences around the world we look back to the first half of 2019 to share the most popular medical simulation articles of the website thus far. From Debriefing templates and job descriptions, to key term definitions, ROI frameworks, innovative teaching [...]
Healthcare simulation technical staff are often very knowledgeable about computer technology or film production but may be less knowledgeable about the physiological principles which underlay medical simulation scenarios. This article, which focuses on the basics of hypovolemia, is part 7 of a series of articles entitled Physiology, The Force Behind Simulation – A Guide for [...]
An understanding of basic physiological concepts can enable Healthcare Technology Simulation Specialists (aka Sim Techs) without medical backgrounds a better understanding of the “why and the what” behind medical simulation. Extending beyond our recent articles entitled “Physiology: The Force Behind Simulation, A Guide for Techs Part 4: Diabetes” today we take a closer look at Hypoglycemia [...]
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