SIM-one NEWS

SIM-one NEWS

SIM-one’s Features & News is the go-to resource for information on healthcare simulation in Ontario and beyond, featuring news, events, academic articles and more. Much of the content is regularly submitted to SIM-one by the Ontario healthcare simulation community.

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Simulation teaches med student importance of teamwork
Fri, November 16
SIM-one is proud to announce David Clinkard, a student from Queen's University School of Medicine, as the winner of its inaugural Simulation Student Contest. The SIM-one Simulation Student Contest was created to highlight the work of Ontario healthcare students who have used simulation to further develop their professional roles. The theme of the contest was: “How healthcare simulation transformed my learning”. Participants were required to submit an essay or video for evaluation. In his essay... CONTINUE READING
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Advancing simulation: A profile of Dr. John Schaefer
Fri, October 05
2012 Ontario Simulation Exposition keynote speaker Dr. John Schaefer is the quintessential creator and collaborator. Not only does Dr. Schaefer have an impressive resume—formerly serving as Director of the WISER Institute and now as Director of HealthCare Simulation South Carolina—but chances are he has affected your life in some way…whether you know it or not. The man behind SimMan and various other tools of the trade Dr. Schaefer is a prolific inventor. While serving as Director of the WISER... CONTINUE READING
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Message from the Executive Director SIM-one: Today and Tomorrow
Fri, March 30
Ontario’s healthcare system faces many challenges. As described in the 2012 Drummond Report, the cost of healthcare is rising and some difficult decisions will need to be made; however, most Ontarians demand that the system not only remain intact but also improved upon. At SIM-one we are committed to doing our part to create a more sustainable, cost-efficient and high quality healthcare delivery and education system. Strategically aligned with the objectives of the Ministry of Health and Long-... CONTINUE READING

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