Dear <<First Name | Prénom>>,

Congratulations to the 2015 SIM-based CIPD grant recipient.
This funding program responds to the priority learning needs of current front-line home care providers supporting seniors aging at home.
The recipient is:
Nicole Woods, Stella Ng, Sandra McKay, Cynthia Whitehead, Paula Rochon, Karen Jenkins, Cathy Evans, Corrine Hart, Karen Gold, Doug Campbell
Women’s College Hospital; VHA Home HealthCare; Fanshawe College; University of Toronto; Ryerson University; St. Michael’s Hospital

SIM-one is proud to support the development of a simulation-based continuing interprofessional development (CIPD) program to address these priority learning needs 
and foster collaboration amongst the various institutions. 

We would like to thank all applicants and this year’s peer reviewers for their assistance and insight. 

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Part I: Simulation Research Primer
April 8-June 3, 2015  •  Online
Introduce yourself to the growing world of research in simulation-based education and healthcare quality improvement.
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April 20-21, 2015  •  Toronto
Jointly offered by SIM-one and the University of Toronto Centre for Interprofessional Education (IPE), this program combines IPE and simulation for high impact education and training in healthcare.
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Role-Players Theatre
May 4-5, 2015  •  Toronto
Learn how to create immersive simulation experiences, and apply this learning to build and improve your role-playing and/or standardized patients resources!
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Sandra Goldsworthy, a nursing sim researcher from Ontario, is now at the University of Calgary and is seeking Ontario collaborators for multi-site studies and synergistic research. If you might be interested, please let us know via

About SIM-one
SIM-one—Ontario Simulation Network
is a not-for-profit organization that connects the simulation community, facilities, resources and services across the Province of Ontario. SIM-one advocates for and advances simulated learning in health professions education for the benefit of patient care and patient safety. Supported in part by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (MOHLTC), SIM-one’s vision is to further position Ontario as the global leader in healthcare simulation.
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