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“Identifying and Remediating Standardized Patient Biases in Scoring” Webinar Recap

Thanks to everyone who joined us for our June 2 webinar, “Identifying and Remediating Standardized Patient Biases in Scoring,” presented by Cathy Smith, PhD, CHSE, Interprofessional and Simulation Educator, Baycrest, Toronto, Simulation Consultant; and Tony Errichetti, PhD, MA, SP Program … Read More

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NEJM Healer: Turning Heads in the Simulation Industry, the Mainstream News, and Beyond

Last week’s announcement that NEJM Group and EMS have signed a revolutionary new distributor agreement to integrate NEJM Healer into the EMS SIMULATIONiQ training platform is getting a lot of attention in the healthcare sector—and beyond! Since breaking the news … Read More

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EMS and NEJM Group Put Clinical Simulation Into the Mainstream

EMS’ new agreement with the NEJM Group is transforming clinical simulation into a mainstream healthcare industry, according to an article today in Healthy Simulation. From HealthySimulation.com “NEJM Group, a division of the Massachusetts Medical Society, the publisher of the New England Journal of … Read More

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NEJM Group, EMS Launch Healthcare Simulation Program

NEJM Healer will accelerate medical students’ diagnostic reasoning EXTON, PA — NEJM Group and Education Management Solutions (EMS), a Collegis Education company, have signed an agreement to put a cutting-edge clinical diagnosis training program in front of every healthcare student … Read More

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“Extending your Evaluations: Why Use Quality Assurance and SP Assessments” Webinar Recap

We received great feedback for our May webinar, “Extending your Evaluations: Why Use Quality Assurance and SP Assessments,” presented by Daniel J. Backlund, PhD, CHSOS, CHSE, Director of Simulation IT, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, F. Marie Hall SimLife … Read More

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“What COVID-19 Has Taught Us About the Observer Role in Simulation” Webinar Recap

As the COVID-19 pandemic enters its second year and universities and colleges continue to deploy a variety of remote and hybrid learning contingencies, many administrators, faculty, and simulationists are examining the potential long-term implications of virtual learning on health care … Read More

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Make the Most of Your Additional HEERF II Funding with SIMULATIONiQ

The recently passed American Rescue Act (ARA) includes $40 billion in funding for colleges, universities, and community colleges. Additional funding has also been carved out for the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund II (HEERF II) to the tune of $22.7 … Read More

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“Practical Tips for Successful SP Case Development” Webinar Recap

Thanks to everyone who joined us for our March webinar, “Practical Tips for Successful SP Case Development,” presented by Heather Frenz, Director, Simulated Patient Education, Patient Safety & Clinical Competency Center, Albany Medical College. Weren’t able to join us for … Read More

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Webinar: Practical Tips for Successful SP Case Development

Don’t Miss our Upcoming Webinar on March 10th! “Practical Tips for Successful SP Case Development” Wednesday, March 10, 20212:00PM ET / 11:00AM PT Presented by: Heather FrenzDirector, Simulated Patient Education Patient Safety & Clinical Competency Center Albany Medical College Join … Read More

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Sim Lab Leverages Seamless Multi-Vendor Mannequin Integration with Turnkey Simulation Management

If your simulation center uses high-fidelity patient simulators (mannequins) from more than one vendor, you may be wondering how to simply and seamlessly manage them within a single, integrated dashboard. Here’s how the MGH Institute of Health Professions, a graduate … Read More

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