Pediatrics

UNH Paramedics Use Simulation for Hands-on Childbirth Training

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.

Hospital and EMS Teams Use Gaumard High-Fidelity Manikins in Trauma Training

Several hospital staff and emergency responders in Lincoln County, Oregon, participated in simulation-based trauma training to be better prepared to handle coordinated care.

New Miami Dade College Simulation Center Will Provide Training Using Gaumard Simulators

Miami Dade College’s new simulation center will provide hands-on training to 1700 medical, nursing, and EMS students using Gaumard simulators

CHSU Med School Unveils New Simulation-based Training Program

CHSU unveiled the new simulators they will use to give students extensive hands-on education.

Iowa Nursing Residents Use Simulation to Help Them Transition into the Real World

Iowa nurses are using a pediatric simulator to improve their skills before they treat real patients

How Simulation-based Training is Helping to Prepare Emergency Medicine Residents

Emory University is preparing their resident doctors to treat respiratory emergencies involving infants by using simulators.

How Simulation is Improving Concordia University’s Nursing Program

Concordia University is using simulation to train their nursing students, so they provide pediatric patients with the best care possible during emergency events.

How Simulation is Preparing Home Healthcare Nurses for Emergencies

Pediatric HAL allow home healthcare nurses to get hands-on training and gain the experience and muscle memory needed to respond to any emergency.

Advanced Pediatric Simulator Innovates Columbia University’s Nursing Program

Pediatric HAL, the world’s most advanced pediatric patient simulator, is the first pediatric simulator who can reproduce lifelike emotions, facial expressions, and speech to help health care professionals develop effective communication and diagnostic skills.

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.

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.

Gaumard’s 5 year old HAL Debuts on KABC’s Eyewitness News

The next generation of pediatric care simulation has arrived with the introduction of Pediatric HAL…

Super Tory Helps Train Boston Doctors

Boston Children’s Hospital recently acquired a new teaching tool to help train area doctors and nurses on how to deal with neonatal emergencies. 

Super Tory on Fox 35 – Good Day Orlando

One of the most challenging aspects of caring for a baby is that they cannot tell you when something is wrong.

The $30,000 baby: Donor gifts Community birth center with training doll

The Gaumard Tory S2210 can be used to practice a variety of medical incidents that could happen with a baby.

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