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How Simulation is Improving USF’s Emergency Training Program

This year, the Tampa Bay Lightning’s team physicians and athletic trainers are participating in a new emergency medical skills training program equipped with Gaumard’s patient simulator, HAL.

Stanford Program Uses Pediatric HAL to Train Hospital Staff

Stanford’s Revive training program recently began using Pediatric HAL to help the Lucile Parker Children’s Hospital staff train to respond to “code blue” events.

Introducing the Next Generation Simulation Technology in the New Pediatric HAL

Wired magazine took notice of Gaumard’s new pediatric simulator and wrote an article discussing the cutting-edge technology that brings HAL to life.

Simulation is Helping Wyoming Medical Center Respond to Postpartum Hemorrhaging

Through simulation training, the Wyoming Medical Center hopes to prepare their medical staff to better respond to postpartum hemorrhaging.

Simulation is Helping an OB Department in California Prepare for Emergencies

OB departments use simulation training to improve morale, teamwork, and streamline procedures during labor and delivery emergencies.

Baltimore Hospital Uses Simulation to Reduce Infant Death Rates

The Debra L. Spunt Clinical Simulation Labs (CSLs) recently added the infant patient simulator to their state-of-the-art facility to help train nurses on how to treat infants during a medical emergency.

The Growing Experience Gap In Nursing and What It’ll Mean For Educators

Without experienced faculty to train more nurses, the United States seems to be on the brink of a crisis. One with worrying effects on patient outcomes, patient safety, and the well-being of nurses.

How State-Of-The-Art Simulation Is Helping OHSU Train New Doctors

Recently, the residents and fellows of OHSU practiced treating patients with acute respiratory distress at their new simulation center.

Gaumard Simulators Give Nursing Students Hands-On Training

Gaumard’s lifelike simulators are changing how nurses at Seminole State College practice and master clinical skills.

How Simulation is Helping Nurses Fight the Flu

Every year, between 37 and 171 children die because of the flu. With the help of Gaumard’s industry-leading pediatric patient simulators, nurses in Orlando are preparing to stem this troubling pandemic.

Gaumard Simulators Featured in Upcoming Patient Safety Documentary

Preventable medical errors are fast becoming the third leading cause of death in America. A new documentary sheds light on this troubling statistic and safe practices like simulation can fix it.

Gaumard Helps Train New Nurses in Puerto Rico

In Puerto Rico, where communities are still recovering from damage caused by Hurricane Maria, a new simulation center is training nurses in life-saving skills.

Preparing Future Nurses For The 21st Century

Preparing future nurses to provide quality patient care in today’s complex care environment requires nurse educators to develop learning experiences that promote clinical reasoning and decision-making, along with teamwork skills, for all clinical situations. Read More

Why America Needs More Midwives

Midwifery has been a commonplace practice throughout recorded history and across every culture.

Pediatric HAL® S2225

Pediatric HAL® is the world’s most advanced pediatric patient simulator and the first capable of simulating lifelike emotions through dynamic facial expressions, movement, and speech.

Introducing Super Tory®

Super Tory is the first newborn simulator developed to meet the challenges of neonatal care specialist training in real environments.

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