SIM-one’s Healthcare Simulation Exposition is the largest interprofessional and multidisciplinary simulation conference in Canada. Each year, the SIM Expo brings together healthcare leaders in university, college and hospital sectors, comprised of administrators, educators, clinicians, SIM centre managers and directors, and researchers from all health professions across Canada and beyond. The SIM Expo prides in its strong culture of networking, building relationships, and uniting the simulation community. The annual conference allows participants to connect directly with peers, experts and future collaborators in healthcare simulation.
This year's theme is SIMULATION & GAMIFICATION, with a focus on applying gaming principles to improve simulation, as well as virtual patients and e-simulations to enhance learning.
The conference takes place in The International Centre, centrally located and easily accessible near Toronto Pearson International Airport.
We are excited to announce this year's keynote speakers, world leaders in serious gaming and healthcare simulation!
Bill Kapralos, PhD Gamification Guru
Immersive technologies, gamification and serious games for healthcare education
Daniel Raemer, PhD Patriarch of Simulation
Simulation Trauma! Avoiding harm to patients, participants, and staff.
The call for abstracts is now closed. The overall agenda for Nov 30 & Dec 1 has been posted!
Hotel & Travel
Conference discounts on hotel, air travel and rail are available.
Registration is now open!
Sponsors & Exhibitors
We are excited and honoured to announce these leading companies as confirmed sponsors and exhibitors!
|SIM Citizenship Award||SIM Student Award|
Info from the 2016 SIM Expo
For a review of the fantastic 2016 SIM Expo, visit the event summary.
The full Expo agenda, including all session descriptions, is available.
The 2016 SIM Expo was pleased to welcome keynote speakers Drs. Nicole Harder, Carla Pugh, and Joshua Tepper.
Abstracts of all presentations and workshops are generously published by Archives of Scholarship in Simulation and Educational Techniques.