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We’re excited to welcome our first two members – George Brown College and London Health Sciences Centre (LHSC) – to the SIM-one community! As part of their membership, both organizations will receive discounts on all of SIM-one’s offerings and events, access to grants and funding, latest simulation news, research updates, notices, tips, and much more!
 
"For George Brown College, there was no question about the benefits of joining SIM-one. Simulation is becoming increasingly important and impactful in the education we provide. Through their government advocacy, SIM-one has achieved substantial investments in colleges’ simulation programs, including ours. Their courses and certificate programs have helped us create highly skilled simulationists to ensure our students have highly effective learning experiences. It is a privilege to be a part of SIM-one and – for a small membership fee – receive significant advantages such as discounts on education offerings and resources." (Cory Ross, dean, community services and health sciences, George Brown College)
 
"Being a member of SIM-one is critical to supporting the voice and actions of Canada’s health care simulation network. SIM-one's advocacy with government, educational resources, conferences and networking opportunities all strengthen our programs for customers. For a small membership fee, SIM-one offers so much – every simulation centre should join to support their work." (Phil Hunt, business director, Canadian Surgical Technologies & Advanced Robotics (CSTAR))
 
SIM-one’s new membership programs are available to organizations, individuals, and industry. Join now to save on the SIM Expo and our fall courses!



SIM-one RESOURCES

SIM Scenario ExchangeTM
Access peer-reviewed simulation resources on the SIM-one SIM Scenario Exchange™! The Exchange is a repository of best practice scenarios across all simulation modalities, scenario development tools & templates, and learner assessment tools for evaluation or research.
New contributions: ARDS/PneumothoraxAnaphylaxis ADULTPediatricSeizure


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SIM MarketplaceTM
An easy-to-use, virtual platform to buy, sell, rent, and share simulation products and services.
Recent postings: Manikin StorageLaerdal Sim ManTask trainers for humanitarian efforts


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SIM NEWS
 
Announcing SIM-one's new membership programs!
SIM-one is excited to launch a new membership program to bring additional benefits, supports, resources and discounts to the simulation community! This program will also make SIM-one’s unique resources and services more accessible; expanding and strengthening the simulation community across Canada and beyond.
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Nominate a 2016 SIM Citizen & apply for 2016 SIM Student Award!
SIM-one is now accepting nominations for the 2016 SIM Citizenship Award and applications for the 2016 SIM Student Award! All submissions must be received by August 26.
Read more >
 
Introducing SIM-one Global Learning Solutions
Run or take a SIM-one course anywhere across the world!
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Simulation research, real-world honour

Marian Luctkar-Flude introduced clinical simulation to Queen’s University students in 2005 and this pioneering work has culminated in her being the first Canadian to earn the Excellence in Research Award from INACSL.
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Study links simulation training with improved prehospital pediatric care
Pediatric patients with high-acuity conditions, such as status-seizures, are as challenging as they are rare for EMS practitioners. This study measured the effects of a high-fidelity simulation training on pediatric seizure protocol compliance by paramedics.
Read more >
 
Canada’s first National Forum on Simulation for Quality & Safety a sold out success
Canada’s first National Forum on Simulation for Quality & Safety made an astounding debut in Toronto on May 30. Over 140 attendees joined simulation experts from hospitals across the country.
Read more >
 
Investigating the brain’s capacity for repair
Dr. Adam Sachs uses virtual reality in the operating room to see if patients with Parkinson’s disease can learn to control their brains using conscious thought.
Read more >



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FALL 2016 VIRTUAL SIM COURSES
 
Briefing, Debriefing and Facilitating Simulation
Over 12-weeks, this course will enable you to develop an understanding of the essential principles of briefing and debriefing. You will also gain current and relevant knowledge on the importance of simulation for the success in any healthcare profession and organization.
Cost: $495+HST
Start date: Sept 19




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Simulation Scenario Writing
Learn to create authentic simulation scenarios from our faculty experts! Over 12 weeks, this course will enable you to master the essential principles of effective and engaging scenario design through presentations and discussions. 
Cost: $495+HST
Start date: Sept 19




Register here >
 
Run your own SIM-one course
Interested in running your own SIM- one course? Through this stream, we provide faculty training for experienced simulationists to run a SIM-one course in any setting and for any group. Click here for details and pricing.

 

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UPCOMING EVENTS

IQMH Symposium
This symposium will provide a forum for a healthy debate on the necessity for regulatory and quality frameworks, the role of economics in future funding, how to optimize delivery in traditional and non-traditional settings, and the actual value of POCT to patients, regulators and caregivers.
Oct 3 to 4 • Toronto
 
2016 SIM Expo
Don’t miss Canada’s largest multidisciplinary simulation conference!
Oct 5 to 8 • Toronto
 
Qualitative Research Refined
Wilson Centre is proud to continue its support of qualitative research in the health professions by offering a four-day intensive program in intermediate-level qualitative research.
Oct 24 to 27 • Toronto
 
5th Annual Sunnybrook Education Conference: Innovation in Teaching & Learning
A full-day event focused on innovation, from simulation to e-learning to patient as teacher to leadership.
Nov 18 • Toronto
 


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AVAILABLE GRANTS
 
NSERC – Connect Grants

Connect Grants provide targeted financial support to encourage post-secondary researchers at universities and/or colleges to connect with industry and other knowledge end-user communities in order to form new partnerships.
Close date: April 11, 2017
Learn more >



VIEW full list of external grants


SIM JOB OPENINGS
 
Director, Simulation Centre School of Health and Life Sciences
Northern Alberta Institute of Technology
Application deadline: Sun, July 17
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Simulation Specialist
Conestoga College, Cowan Health Sciences Centre/Doon
Application deadline: Sun, July 31
View full job posting >
 
Instructor, Simulation Centre
Saskatchewan Polytechnic Regina Campus
Application deadline: Sun, Aug 7
View full job posting >
 
Simulation Consultant, Medical Education
University of Calgary
Application deadline: Thu, Jan 19
View full job posting >
 

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SIM TIPS

TIP #350: Design: Use Events to Specifically Reinforce Learning Objectives
When choosing a simulation case, it's essential to identify what learning objectives are being reinforced by the events that occur during the simulation. For example, selecting a case whose events reinforce the need for recognition of rare clinical problems would be completely counter-productive to a course aimed at reinforcing basic resuscitation skills for novices. This reinforces the basic principle that simulation programs should be tailored first to meet the educational needs and objectives of the target population and/or training program, rather than the cases driving the curriculum objectives.



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About SIM-one

SIM-one is a not-for-profit organization that connects the simulation community, facilities, and resources. SIM-one advocates for and advances simulated learning in health professions education for the benefit of patient care and safety. SIM-one offers advanced educational training and online services that are open to simulationists and health professionals across the globe.
 
For more information on SIM-one, please visit www.SIM-one.ca or contact education@SIM-one.ca.