University of Wyoming’s nursing program uses simulation to help train a new generation of nurses who fill the frontline provider and educator roles needed to reduce the nursing shortage.
OHSU uses simulation-based training to provide clinical training for students on how to safely care for COVID-19 patients.
The Davis Global Center will use state-of-the-art simulation technology designed to transform health care education and provide students with opportunities to practice patient care
Universities are using remote learning simulation sessions to help students practice and hone skills.
Simulation-based training can help clinicians who do not normally work with ventilators become familiar with the machines.
LAC+USC Medical Center are using simulation to test and improve their infection control, communication, workflow, and patient care skills.
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.
DeSales University students participate in simulated clinical events wherein they will practice clinical skills and gain experience providing care to patients.
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
The Ocean City, MD Fire Department will use a new high-fidelity patient simulator to provide training for their paramedics
CHSU unveiled the new simulators they will use to give students extensive hands-on education.
Pitt Community College School of Nursing is set to open a new simulation-based training hospital.
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.
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.
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.
In Puerto Rico, where communities are still recovering from damage caused by Hurricane Maria, a new simulation center is training nurses in life-saving skills.