The Center for Simulation Medicine will provide a safe environment in which healthcare students and professionals can learn, practice, and hone clinical skills.
Simulation can be a useful learning modality to train and enhance EMS providers’ skillsets in neonatal resuscitation
The Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) has integrated online learning with its simulation center to enable students to continue their education and fulfill their clinical hours.
Gundersen Health System students practice clinical and teamwork skills on simulators before they treat a real patient
DeSales University students participate in simulated clinical events wherein they will practice clinical skills and gain experience providing care to patients.
Healthcare has become an increasingly device-heavy discipline, so to avoid errors, simulation-based learning should incorporate the use of real equipment.
Nursing students at Conemaugh Memorial Medical Center in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, use simulation-based training to help them prepare for rare obstetric emergencies.
MPCC students use simulation to gain hands-on experience providing care for patients during obstetric and neonatal care events.
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.
SCC is using simulation to provide nursing students with a variety of obstetric experiences before they work with real 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.
Gaumard shows off their latest advancements in healthcare simulation at IMSH.
Miami Dade College’s new simulation center will provide hands-on training to 1700 medical, nursing, and EMS students using Gaumard simulators
The College of Nursing at Adelphi University will use a new high-fidelity birthing simulator to train nursing students
Education and health institutions across Redding, PA are using simulators to provide training to their students and staff.
SSM Health hospitals are using simulation-based training to help their staff be better prepared to handle emergencies.
Through simulation training, the Wyoming Medical Center hopes to prepare their medical staff to better respond to postpartum hemorrhaging.
OB departments use simulation training to improve morale, teamwork, and streamline procedures during labor and delivery emergencies.
Midwifery has been a commonplace practice throughout recorded history and across every culture.
Maimonides has several advantages over nearby hospitals, and not just because its local community is somewhat healthier.
No two deliveries are the same.
ACOG’s 2016 annual meeting offers the best chance ever for hands-on demonstrations of Gaumard®’s family of realistic simulators and skills trainers at Booth 935 in the Washington, DC Convention Center.
Victoria blinks, breathes, talks, and bleeds, just like you. Not terribly impressive stuff—except that she’s a robot.
Victoria is a blinking, breathing, birthing $80,000 robot, designed to help graduate health care students at the MGH Institute of Health Professions.
Gaumard Scientific Company today provided an update on installations of the Victoria birthing simulator at U.S. health care and educational facilities.
Gaumard Scientific Company today provided an update on installations of the Victoria birthing simulator at U.S. health care educational facilities.
Gaumard® Scientific Company today provided an update on its launch of the Victoria™ birthing simulator.
Is the Victoria S2200 the mother of all simulators? An article in OBGyn.net seems to think Victoria is deserving of that title.