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LAC+USC Medical Center are using simulation to test and improve their infection control, communication, workflow, and patient care skills.
How the Medical College of Wisconsin is Using Simulation to Provide Critical Clinical Training During the COVID-19 Pandemic
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.
Simulation-based training can be used to help healthcare providers and staff practice and hone good hand hygiene habits and improve patient safety.
Gundersen Health System students practice clinical and teamwork skills on simulators before they treat a real patient
How Simulation Helps Healthcare Students Practice Clinical Skills and Gain Experience Providing Care
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.
How Springfield Technical Community College is Training Healthcare Professionals to Respond to Emergency Events with Simulation
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.
Shawnee Community College Uses High-Fidelity Simulation to Provide Clinical Experiences to Nursing Students
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.
Several hospital staff and emergency responders in Lincoln County, Oregon, participated in simulation-based trauma training to be better prepared to handle coordinated care.
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
Emory University is preparing their resident doctors to treat respiratory emergencies involving infants by using simulators.
Concordia University is using simulation to train their nursing students, so they provide pediatric patients with the best care possible during emergency events.
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.
Wired magazine took notice of Gaumard’s new pediatric simulator and wrote an article discussing the cutting-edge technology that brings HAL to life.
Through simulation training, the Wyoming Medical Center hopes to prepare their medical staff to better respond to postpartum hemorrhaging.
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.
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.
Recently, the residents and fellows of OHSU practiced treating patients with acute respiratory distress at their new simulation center.
Gaumard’s lifelike simulators are changing how nurses at Seminole State College practice and master clinical skills.
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.
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.
Super Tory is a tool designed to help train doctors, nurses, health care teams, and even laypeople to save a life.
The next generation of pediatric care simulation has arrived with the introduction of Pediatric HAL…
The Queen, Elizabeth II, officially opened the University of Hull’s Allam Medical Building on November 16, 2017.
Gaumard Scientific today announced the worldwide introduction of Care In Motion,™ its first wireless video-assisted debriefing solution, at the annual EMS World Expo, today through October 20 in booth 753 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
The bold vision to create a facility capable of shifting the landscape of health care education and practice manifests on Thursday, September 28, when the School of Nursing and Health Studies’ (SONHS) Simulation Hospital officially opens its doors.
James Archetto, Vice President of Corporate Planning, and Dr. Beverly Robin of Rush University Medical Center highlight the many features of Super Tory on Fox 23 Good Day Chicago at the American Academy of Pediatrics 2017 National Conference.
MassBay Community College has a new Victoria Advanced Birthing and Neonatal simulator mannequin for its EMT and paramedics classes to teach about labor and delivery at the Framingham campus. The simulators are made by Gaumard Scientific.
When the nation’s premier meeting for obstetric, neonatal and women’s health nurses opens today, all eyes will be on Victoria® and Super Tory®
A newborn suddenly develops pneumonia, a teenager has an asthma attack and a woman complains of shortness of breath and sudden, increasing chest pain.
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.
If you’ve ever wondered what it takes to train medical airmen, we get a rare view from inside Luke AFB’s Medical Simulation Lab.
Hal’s caregivers quickly identified the warning signs of a stroke—facial drooping, arm weakness and speech difficulty—and continued to find red flags.
For doctors, learning to make quick decisions in the delivery room can be the difference between life and death.
A “patient” named Hal has helped train some 450 nurses at Queen of the Valley Medical Center to fine-tune their stroke assessment skills.
A pair of nurses at Logan Regional Hospital surrounded the bed of a newborn infant on Wednesday morning.
The University of Arizona College of Medicine-Phoenix and Banner Health hosted interactive sessions for health professionals that simulated patients in crisis using volunteers and anatomically-correct dummies.
Get ready to suspend disbelief when you walk into Gaumard’s booth at the International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare January 29 – 31 in Orlando.
Maimonides has several advantages over nearby hospitals, and not just because its local community is somewhat healthier.
With global threats growing and first responders facing ever more challenging scenarios in the combat theater, Gaumard® Scientific is highlighting active mobile patient simulation at I/ITSEC.
Gaumard® Scientific Company will demonstrate how it is transforming CPR training with value-priced simulators and skills trainers into an intuitive tap-and-go experience.
Meet Victoria, one of most technologically advanced and highly realistic “patient simulators” on the market.
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.
There has never been a better opportunity to experience the latest advances in simulation technology.
At AWHONN 2016, Gaumard Shows Obstetric & Neonatal Nurses How Simulation Training Can Help to Reduce Infant & Maternal Morbidity & Mortality
In 2013, 289,000 women and nearly two million babies died during childbirth, according to a report published by the United Nations Population Fund.
Gaumard to Offer Preview of Newborn Tory at INACSL Alongside Demonstrations of Victoria and Gaumard’s Comprehensive Family of Patient Simulators
Gaumard (R) Scientific Company today announced that it will offer a preview of Newborn Tory™
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.
Coconino Community College nursing, firefighting and emergency medical service students will soon be practicing on a breathing, bleeding, even complaining, patient.
Victoria Featured in Boston Business Journal: This MGH Institute Patient Gives Birth Every 30 Minutes — and Students Take Note
Victoria is a blinking, breathing, birthing $80,000 robot, designed to help graduate health care students at the MGH Institute of Health Professions.
Gaumard’s Family of Wireless, Tetherless Patient Simulators Set to Take Center Stage at EMS Today Conference & Exposition
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.
High-tech mannequins at TJC are giving nurses and nursing students hands-on experience in labor and delivery scenarios.
A robotic mannequin that helps doctors practice delivering babies could usher in a new era of health care, some doctors believe.
Gaumard Scientific Exhibits the World’s Most Realistic, Advanced and Versatile, Victoria Simulator, at IMSH 2016
Gaumard® Scientific Company today announced that it is exhibiting the Victoria™ Tetherless Maternal and Neonatal Birthing Simulator’s many advanced capabilities at The International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare.
Gaumard Scientific Company® today announced it will showcase the latest and most innovative healthcare simulators at The International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare.
Gaumard® Scientific to Showcase Trauma HAL, the Battlefield Trauma Patient Simulator, at I/ITSEC 2015
Gaumard Scientific Company today announced it will showcase Trauma HAL® and Pedi HAL® at I/ITSEC 2015.
Innovative and Realistic Gaumard Adult, Pediatric and Neonatal Simulators to be Showcased at the American Heart Association Scientific Sessions 2015
Gaumard® Scientific Company today announced that it will provide demonstrations of its innovative HAL patient simulators and Newborn Tory at the American Heart Association Scientific Sessions 2015.
Gaumard Patient Simulators to be Featured in Real-World Emergency Medical Training Scenarios at 2015 ACEP Scientific Sessions
Gaumard® Scientific Company today announced that it will demonstrate its innovative patient simulators at the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) Scientific Sessions 2015.
Gaumard® Scientific Company today announced its latest update to the UNI® operating system.
Gaumard Scientific to Feature Comprehensive Line-Up of Innovative Patient Simulators for Health Care Education at the FIGO World Congress 2015
Gaumard® Scientific Company today unveiled its comprehensive line-up of innovative patient simulators that will be featured at The International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics (FIGO) World Congress 2015.
Gaumard to Unveil Entirely New HAL S315 Multipurpose Airway and CPR Skill Trainer Family at EMS World Expo
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.
Gaumard® Scientific Company today announced that the latest update to UNI®, the world’s first operating system to support an entire family of high-fidelity simulators, is now available exclusively to Gaumard users.
Gaumard Scientific to Launch Industry’s Most Advanced Newborn Simulator, Newborn Tory, at AWHONN 2015 Convention
Gaumard (R) Scientific Company today announced that it will launch Newborn Tory (TM) S2210, the industry’s most advanced, life-like newborn patient simulator, at AWHONN 2015.
Health Care Educators Continue to Select Gaumard Scientific’s Victoria as Preferred Birthing Simulator for Simulation Centers
Gaumard® Scientific Company (www.gaumard.com) today announced that its U.S. installations of the Victoria™ birthing simulator continue at a rapid pace.
Gaumard Scientific Continues U.S. Roll-Out of Most Advanced Birthing Simulator, Victoria, at Health Care Educational Institutions
Gaumard(R) Scientific Company (www.gaumard.com) today provided an update on U.S. installations of the Victoria(TM) birthing simulator.
Gaumard(R) Scientific Company (www.gaumard.com) today announced it will feature theVictoria(TM) birthing simulator at the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists 2015.
Gaumard (R) Scientific Company today provided an update on recent installations of the Victoria (TM) birthing simulator at U.S. health care educational institutions.
Baylor University’s School of Nursing Expands Simulation Lab’s Lineup with ‘Victoria’ – Industry’s Most Advanced Birthing Simulator
Baylor University’s Louise Herrington School of Nursing (LHSON) in Dallas has added the industry’s most advanced birthing simulator, “Victoria.”
A high-tech new mannequin is taking center stage on one university campus here in the Valley. It’s a device that’s training a new generation of doctors to deliver babies.
“Push, Victoria, Push!” How do the next generation of physicians learn how to help women give birth? With Victoria, of course.
Gaumard(R) Scientific Company today provided an update on installations of the Victoria(TM) birthing simulator at health care and educational facilities across the U.S.
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.
Gaumard Scientific Company today provided an update on installations of the Victoria birthing simulator at U.S. health care and educational facilities across the U.S.
Gaumard® Scientific Reports on the Rapid Pace of U.S. Installations of Victoria for the Start of 2015
Gaumard Scientific Company today provided an update on installations of the Victoria birthing simulator at U.S. health care and educational facilities.
Stopping by the impressive Gaumard Booth at #IMSH2015, I had a chance to finally check out their Victoria Birthing Simulator and new Advanced Newborn Simulator: Tory.
Gaumard Scientific Company today provided an update on installations of the Victoria birthing simulator at U.S. health care educational facilities.
Gaumard® Scientific to Feature Comprehensive Line-Up of Innovative Patient Simulators for Health Care Education at IMSH
Gaumard Scientific Company today unveiled its comprehensive line-up of innovative patient simulators that will be featured at the International Meeting for Simulation in Health Care.
Simulation Centers at Hospitals and Nursing Schools Select Gaumard® Scientific’s Victoria™ Birthing Simulator
Gaumard® Scientific Company today provided an update on its launch of the Victoria™ birthing simulator.
Gaumard® Scientific to Showcase Trauma HAL®, the Battlefield Trauma Patient Simulator, at I/ITSEC 2014
Gaumard Scientific Company today announced it will showcase Trauma HAL and Pediatric HAL at I/ITSEC 2014.
Gaumard® Scientific Reports Latest U.S. Installations of Victoria™ Birthing Simulator as Part of Nationwide Roll-Out
Gaumard Scientific Company today reported the latest installations of its Victoria™ birthing simulator as part of the nationwide roll-out initiated in September.
The introduction of Victoria to Gaumard’s roster 300 simulators for health care education caught the attention of the Miami Herald.
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