Healthcare has become an increasingly device-heavy discipline, so to avoid errors, simulation-based learning should incorporate the use of real equipment.
Springfield Tech has used a state grant to purchase a new high-fidelity patient simulator to help students and medical practitioners develop clinical skills and gain experience in treating patients.
Paramedic students at the University of New Haven’s Fire Science and Professional Studies program are using healthcare simulation to help them improve their skills when treating a pregnant patient.
Several hospital staff and emergency responders in Lincoln County, Oregon, participated in simulation-based trauma training to be better prepared to handle coordinated care.
EMS educators receive simulation-based training to improve the patient care skills of first-responders
Miami Dade College’s new simulation center will provide hands-on training to 1700 medical, nursing, and EMS students using Gaumard simulators
MassBay Community College EMS students are using simulation in their training program.
The Ocean City, MD Fire Department will use a new high-fidelity patient simulator to provide training for their paramedics
Emory University is preparing their resident doctors to treat respiratory emergencies involving infants by using simulators.
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.
Presence United Samaritans Medical Center recently acquired several HAL patient simulators to begin their mobile simulation education lab which trains EMS professionals across Illinois.
On this week’s Tech Nation, if it looks like a newborn baby and moves like one and sounds like one, well, it just might be Super Tory, the newborn simulator from Gaumard Scientific.
Super Tory is being hailed as the world’s most advanced neonatal patient simulator and is the first that can go into cardiac arrest and be revived with real time chest compression’s and a ventilator.
“He has the ability to breathe, to blink, to talk, to cry,” said Dr. Mina Attaalla, the hospital’s simulation education director.
Hal’s caregivers quickly identified the warning signs of a stroke—facial drooping, arm weakness and speech difficulty—and continued to find red flags.
On October 14, students of Technical police departments, emergency and pre-hospital Nursing Care John Abbott participated in a mock collision with injuries requiring an arrest for drunk driving.
Las Vegas doctors learn how to treat the injured while responding to an active shooter by practicing on a robot so realistic that it talks, has seizures.
Local, state, national and international first responders took part in active shooter training involving a robot.
On the 12th anniversary of Gaumard Scientific Company’s launch of the world’s first fully tetherless patient simulator, HAL® S3000, the company finds that active mobile simulation is taking on greater significance.
Gaumard Scientific Company® will demonstrate active mobile simulation with its family of adult, pediatric and newborn simulators at SIM-one.
Technology at Lurie Children’s Hospital has come a long way in the last 20 years.
Coconino Community College nursing, firefighting and emergency medical service students will soon be practicing on a breathing, bleeding, even complaining, patient.
EMTS at Yale-New Haven Hospital are put in high pressure scenarios, using a lifelike robotic manikin named “Victoria”.
Gaumard Scientific Company today announced it will showcase its family of innovative patient simulators, including HAL S3201 and Trauma HAL, at EMS Today, the JEMS Conference & Exposition.
Gaumard (R) Scientific Company today announced that it will launch an entirely new and comprehensive HAL® S315 family of CPR and auscultation trainers at the EMS World Expo.
A life-saving tool has a life of its own. Creators of the Trauma Hal mannequin unveiled it to first responders this weekend.
Gaumard(R) Scientific Company today announced it will showcase Trauma HAL(R) andNewborn HAL at EMS Today, the JEMS Conference & Exposition, Feb. 25-28 in Baltimore, Md.