Continuing Professional Development in Academic Medical Centers

Continuing Professional Development for Faculty: An Elephant in the House of Academic Medicine or the Key to Future Success? Excerpted from the abstract: “The scope of change required by academic medical centers (AMCs) to maintain their viability and achieve their … Read More

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Five Ways Collaborative Healthcare Education Boosts Patient-Centered Care

Patient-centered care has transformed the landscape of healthcare delivery. Hospitals and health centers are shifting away from the traditional care delivery model in which clinicians prescribe the same treatment for patients with similar conditions or diagnoses. The new patient-centered model … Read More

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Don’t miss our September webinar!

Sign up now! “Simulation as a Measure to Decrease Transition Shock for New Nurses” Presented by: Christine Thomas, PhD, RN, CHSE Associate Professor Simulation & Clinical Skills Laboratory Faculty West Chester University, Department of Nursing and Molly Kellgren, MSN, RN, … Read More

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Celebrating National Health Center Week

EMS is proud to celebrate National Health Center Week! Sponsored by the National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC), National Health Center Week is the perfect time to recognize community health centers nationwide and all that their practitioners do to … Read More

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EMS Customer in the News: FL Hospital Deploys SIMULATIONiQ

Enhanced Simulation Tech at ADU Improves Students’ Experiential Learning The SIMULATIONIQ™ system will provide more coaching opportunities for faculty, and better hands-on learning for students. A collaboration between Adventist University of Health Sciences (ADU) and the Florida Hospital Medical Simulation … Read More

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Medical Training Magazine Interview with Anurag Singh, President and CEO of EMS

Excerpt: Medical Training Magazine: What do you see as the role technology will play in future education and training of healthcare professionals? Anurag Singh: Medical education does not stop upon graduation or upon passing a board certification examination. The challenges … Read More

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Watch our new SIMULATIONiQ IPE video!

Click here to learn more about SIMULATIONiQ IPE.

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Who Pays for Interprofessional Education? Get Started with These Five Grant Writing Tips

The World Health Organization has issued an important call to policy-makers, decision-makers, educators, health workers, community leaders, and global health advocates to take action and move towards embedding interprofessional education (IPE) and collaborative practice in all of the services they … Read More

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Video: The F. Marie Hall SimLife Center

Client spotlight: The F. Marie Hall SimLife Center at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center. The F. Marie Hall SimLife Center is a 25,000 square foot interprofessional, multimodal clinical simulation center located in Lubbock, Texas. The state-of-the-art center provides multiple realistic … Read More

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3 Keys to Successful IPE Implementation

If you’re thinking about establishing a new interprofessional education (IPE) program at your institution – or expanding an existing one – you probably already understand some of the benefits of IPE. At its core, IPE encourages collaboration among healthcare learners … Read More

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