Author Archives: Education Management Solutions

EMS Article Featured at HealthySimulaion.com!

Serious games establish game-based problem-solving parameters within non-game contexts, enhancing professional development and educational content mastery, and promoting clinical learners’ problem-solving and cognitive learning skills. … Read More

ComputerWorld: “Global debut for Otago University pharmaceutical training software”

SimPHARM — software developed at the University of Otago that uses mathematical models of the physiology of body systems to simulate real life reactions to diseases and drugs — has broken into international markets. It has been licensed by a US … Read More

Don’t Miss Our July Webinar: “Policies: The Heart Of A Properly Functioning Organization”

Click here to register for this FREE Webinar! “Policies: The Heart of a Properly Functioning Organization” Presented by: Dr. Kristina Stillsmoking, PhD, MSN, M.Ed., BSN, CNOR-E, CHSE Founding Director – Smart Simulation Hospital Clinical Assistant Professor University of Texas Rio … Read More

Celebrating National Doctor’s Day 2019!

EMS is dedicated to supporting doctors and medical educators with innovative solutions for simulation-based training.

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Join EMS at ANPD 2019!

Attending ANPD in Phoenix, AZ from April 1-4? Stop by EMS’ booth #209!

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Join EMS at the 2019 Tennessee Simulation Conference

Visit EMS’ booth at the TN Simulation Conference in Knoxville, TN from March 28-29.

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Visit EMS’ Booth at AIAMC 2019!

Attending AIAMC in Tuscon, AZ from March 28-30? Visit EMS’ booth!

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Join us for the “Simulation: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly” webinar!

“Simulation: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly,” presented by Daniel Raemer, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anesthesia, Harvard Medical School, and Chief Curiosity Officer, Center for Medical Simulation.

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Thanks for joining us at NAP 2019!

Speaking engagement: National Academies of Practice Annual Meeting and Forum.

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Celebrating Patient Safety Awareness Week 2019

Patient Safety Awareness Week (PSAW) is designed to mark a dedicated time and a platform to increase awareness about patient safety among health professionals and the public.

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