EMS educators receive simulation-based training to improve the patient care skills of first-responders
Gurnick Academy has opened a new sim center to provide training to nursing students.
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.
Recently, the residents and fellows of OHSU practiced treating patients with acute respiratory distress at their new simulation center.
The Queen, Elizabeth II, officially opened the University of Hull’s Allam Medical Building on November 16, 2017.
“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.
A “patient” named Hal has helped train some 450 nurses at Queen of the Valley Medical Center to fine-tune their stroke assessment skills.
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.
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.
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 Scientific Company® today announced it will showcase the latest and most innovative healthcare simulators at The International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare.
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 (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.