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[Free Webinar] How Broward College Achieved Success in Multidisciplinary Simulation: Key Lessons Learned

Join us for a live collaborative webinar on December 6th @ 1:00 PM EST, presented by Dr. Lilia Chavarria, Sr. Director at the Broward College Simulation Center. Explore the Health Science Simulation Center’s mission, core values, and the role of simulation-based training in all of their medical programs. Learn about their innovative Health Science Boot Camp, program funding insights, and key lessons from their successful Multidisciplinary Simulation Program.
Participate in a live Q&A. Register now!

[Webinar On-Demand] Mastering the Art of Teamwork: Interdisciplinary Hospital Team Training Insights from GBMC’s Simulation Center

Join us for a live collaborative learning event. Get insights into creating an escape room-style simulation scenario for interdisciplinary team training and how to organize behavioral health and bereavement simulation training using standardized patients. Presented by Deborah Higgins and Melody Seitz from the Greater Baltimore Medical Center. Request access.

Simulation-based Training Fills the Educational Gap in Sepsis Management

Healthcare students and professionals can learn and hone sepsis management skills with simulation-based training.

[Webinar On-Demand] C’mon Let’s do the TWISST: Translational Work Integrating Simulation and Systems Testing

Join us for a collaborative learning event. Dr. Nora Colman, Assistant Professor at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, will discuss the TWISST methodology. Discover how it merges Simulation-based Clinical Systems Testing with Training to identify safety threats, generate solutions, and embed improvements into training. See a case example of how TWISST was applied in a working system. Request access!

[Webinar On-demand] The Evolution of a Network-Wide Simulation Center

Join us for a live collaborative learning event. Presented by Michael Kost, Director of Network Simulation at Einstein Healthcare Network, who will share insights on how to grow a network-wide simulation program, integrate quality improvement initiatives, & obtain employee buy-in. Request access.

[Webinar On-Demand] Renovating for the Future: Inside the New Sarkaria Family Simulation Suite at WesternU (Pomona, CA.)

Join us for a live collaborative learning event. Learn how Western University of Health Sciences transformed its clinical skills lab into a state-of-the-art simulation suite to provide realistic, substantive, and comprehensive training to healthcare students across clinical disciplines. Presented by Dr. Anne E. Swanson, Director of Medical Simulation for the Sarkaria Family Simulation Suite at Western University of Health Sciences in Pomona, CA. Request Access

BPCC Revolutionizes Healthcare Education with Simulation to Address a Health Crisis

BPCC is using simulation training to equip the Louisiana healthcare workforce with the capabilities to address the state’s health crisis and elevate the overall quality of healthcare delivery.

[Webinar On-Demand] Insights from the Metropolitan Community College Mass Casualty Simulation

Join us for a live collaborative webinar event. Learn from Jayla Cochran and Todd Geringer from Metropolitan Community College-Penn Valley Health Science Institute as they share insights about MCC’s Interdisciplinary Mass Casualty Simulations, their planning processes, and conducting large-scale simulation debriefing. Request access now!

METC Revolutionizes Training with Simulation Labs for Real-World Combat Medic Readiness

The METC simulation center uses advanced simulators to help students rehearse and hone pre-hospital care skills to improve combat medic readiness.

[Webinar On-Demand] Best Practices for Growing and Sustaining a Simulation Center, Fifteen Years and Counting

Join us for a collaborative learning event. Learn from J. Hector Aranda, Faculty Associate and Sr. Director of Operations at Texas Tech University HSC, as he shares valuable insights on launching and operating a simulation center, equipment utilization, resources, ROI, sustainability, and much more.

WSU and K-State Launch Pathway to Nursing to Help Address the Region’s Nursing Shortage

The Pathway to Nursing program allows nursing students from WSU and K-State to take classes and complete simulation-based clinical hours, helping them to earn a BS and BSN in five years so they fill vacant positions across Kansas with highly trained professionals.

[Webinar On-Demand] Creating a Shared Vision: Healthcare Simulation & Interprofessional Learning

Join our upcoming webinar on June 6 at 2 pm EST. Discover the power of simulation and interprofessional education (IPE), including creating a shared vision, demonstrating outcomes, and sharing the value proposal for students, clinical partners, and the university. Don’t miss this opportunity to gain valuable insights. Presented by Kirsta Anderson, Simulation Director and Stephanie de Sam Lazaro, IPE Simulation from St. Catherine University.

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