Browsing: Simulation

International medical electives are becoming increasingly popular among EM residents as programs take the initiative to provide a valuable educational experience for their residents while ensuring tim
In EDs where pediatric volume is low, pediatric sedation is a low-frequency, high-consequence procedure, in which the nature of the medications and procedure are all the risks of airway management and
Simulation has made an incredible impact on the world of medical education. Students have responded by creating the Student Initiative in Medical Simulation, an organization that is working to promote
Mina Attaalla, DO, and Jeffrey Lazar, MD, are using 3-D printing to revolutionize medical simulation education and emergency medicine training at St. Barnabas Hospital in the Bronx.
SIMS Bringing Medical Simulation to Students Simulation is a fast-growing trend in medical education. It is an excellent way to train for situations that are ubiquitous in medicine. Additionally, it
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TCEP Medical Simulation: Simulated Emergencies, Real-World Medical Skills, Authentic Learning Experiences "Doctor, the patient is unresponsive!" You look up at the monitor and the rhythm strip become
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Medical Simulation 102: Introduction to Simulation in EM Residency The goal for simulation is not task completion but optimization. Medical simulation was first formalized with roots in military medi
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Medical Student SIMWars “This is Ambulance 80. We are currently en route to your facility with a 72-year-old male who sustained a 2-story fall”¦” To an experienced provider, this may sound like the b
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Becoming America's Next Top Medical Performer Medical simulation has experienced rapid growth over the past 15 years, with up to 92% of emergency medicine residencies using simulation in some capacit