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Check out the SimMan Heart Rhythm/Sound Combinations technician cheat sheet, kindly provided by Trevor Snow, Simulation Technologist from Eastern Health. Thanks to SimEd - Simulation Education...
What can you contribute to SimEd? Based in Australia, SimEd aims to provide high-quality resources for clinicians, educators, students, technicians and simulated patients who are engaged in...
The best simulations don't happen in isolation - there are activities beforehand and afterwards to ensure knowledge is understood, set expectations, model expert behaviour, and encourage reflection...
When can parametric tests, which are generally more sensitive and more powerful, be used? Find out! Likert scales are a common way to capture data about respondent's opinion on surveys. These are...
The shift from time-based to competency-based curricula for health care professionals is widely underway. Watch this video. The shift from time-based to competency-based curricula for health care...
The International Pediatric Simulation Society (IPSS) offers a free online resource with current and topical lectures on simulation-based education. Looking for a free online resource with current...
Purchase an adult female patient simulator that can function as both a realistic maternity patient & a high-fidelity, non-pregnant female patient, for OB/GYN simulation scenarios. If your...
The best way to learn how to safely apply ultrasound-guided placements is to learn with state-of-the-art simulation trainers. It's the wave of the future and it's happening now. Ultrasound-guided...
Tips on how to simulate facial burns, burned-off eyebrows, and soot. Smoke inhalation is the leading cause of death in fires. It can cause thermal injury to the upper airway and injury from toxic...
It's not hard to come up with a research idea or question - but is it worth researching? Here are some dead-ends that might surprise you. A recent editorial by Geoff Norman, Editor of Advances in...

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