“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.
The healthcare simulation field is rapidly evolving, with new technologies and methodologies being developed every year. Read on for ideas on how you can improve, expand, and accelerate your simulation program—starting today.
Attending the NAP Meeting March 7-9 in Pentagon City, VA? Visit EMS’ booth!
Video learning can jumpstart your educational program by removing geographical and technical barriers to experiential learning. Read on for ways video learning can enhance clinical education for better student engagement, stronger reporting, and more.
Sign up now for “Enhancing Simulation-Based Education with SPs: An Online/Interactive Course for SP Educators”
Register now for: Enhancing Simulation-Based Education with SPs: An Online/Interactive Course for SP Educators An eight-week web-based course: April 1 – May 24 Click Here to Save Your Spot! Presented by: Tony Errichetti, PhD Director, Doctor-Patient Communication Assessment National Board of Osteopathic … Read More
Click here to register. “Enhancing Medication Administration Safety Through Simulation” Presented by:Kellie Bryant, DNP, WHNP, CHSEExecutive Director of SimulationAssistant ProfessorColumbia University School of Nursing Abstract: Medical error is the third leading cause of death in the US, with administering medications representing … Read More
Happy new year to our friends and colleagues in the simulation community! I’d like to commend the SSH for another successful International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare (IMSH). This year’s event was held in San Antonio—and nearly 200 of EMS’ … Read More