INDIVIDUAL 'SIMADVOCATE' MEMBERSHIP
Simulation is a positive and transformational force in healthcare, and Canadians are world leaders. Membership in Simulation Canada will help you advance your work and career, connect you to other enthusiastic and collaborative simulationists, and allow you to contribute to improving simulation on a local and national scale.
Simulation Canada receives no operational funding from government or grants. We rely on the support of our members to maintain the organization and continue our work to support each other while advocating for recognition of and investments in simulation.
Simulation Canada is a community of passionate, collaborative educators, researchers, leaders and technicians.
CONNECTIONS. Link to a Canadian network of world-leading experts and passionate peers. Between organizations and individuals we have over 300 members, and through our e-newsletter, website and social media we connect to over 2,000 simulationists! It is impressive how truly open, collaborative and supportive this community is. We become your point of contact for any simulation ideas or questions.
RESOURCES. Access advice, tips, tools, scenarios, equipment and our chat platform. Everything we offer is generously contributed by members and freely available to other members. And if you can't find something you're looking for, contact us and we will help find someone with the knowledge or resource you need. Plus, join our SIM Chat platform to instantly post messages to other community members.
ENGAGEMENT. Simulation Canada is a recognized, credible stakeholder in Canadian healthcare. Contribute your expertise to support other members, advance initiatives, and build Canada’s network. Join our advocacy efforts to ultimately impact students and patients nation-wide!
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT. Learn from courses, events, webinars and our community to advance your own simulation practice. Whether your focus is on education, research, sim centre management, technology or innovation, we can help you grow in your professional role.
SCHOLARSHIP. Forge research collaborations, get help with funding applications and disseminate your work. We frequently connect people to build R&D partnerships and mentorships. For grant applications, we provide advice on framing submissions, can contribute a letter of support, and can act as an integrated knowledge translation partner to increase your chance of success. Once your work is complete we can help with dissemination of knowledge and resources through our events, courses, website and communications.
DISCOUNTS. Priority access to and discounts on our events, courses, certificate programs and more. Plus save on memberships to other societies, including the Society for Simulation in Healthcare.
Note: Our membership program is primarily based on having organizations join. If you would like to see your organization become a member, contact us for advice and resources to encourage your leadership!
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INTERPROFESSIONAL • INTERDISCIPLINARY • INTERSECTORAL • CANADIAN
Simulationists – educators, managers, technicians, leaders and researchers – from any profession can join, participate in, and benefit from our community and services. Although our focus is Canada, membership is open to anyone globally.
|SIM Expo registration||20%||1 registration = $88*|
|Forum or other major event registration||10%||1 registration = $15|
|Courses & workshops||10%||Take 1 course = $100|
|Simulationist certificate programs||10%||Complete certificate = $50|
|SSH membership discount||US$25||Membership discount = $32|
|Webinar registration & archive||100%||4 webinars = $120|
|Peer review of 1 SIM Scenario Exchange contribution||100%||1 submission = $100|
*Discounts vary depending on ticket option selected (early bird, full 2-day, 1-day, etc.)
Student rate**: $25/year (+HST)
**To be eligible for the student rate you must be enrolled in a full-time undergraduate or certificate/diploma program.
It's good to be part of the network!
What is our community saying about the value of participating?
- Sandra Goldsworthy, ON
«Tous ensemble - vouloir, c'est pouvoir !»
- Colette Foisy-Doll, AB
- Celina Da Silva, ON
- Louise-Andrée Brien, QC
- Darin Abbey, BC
- Karl Weiss, ON
- Suzanne Campbell, BC
- SIM Expo participant
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