Dear <<First Name | Prénom>>,
Many exciting events and opportunities are happening at SIM-one and we don't want you to miss them!
  • On May 31, join simulation experts for a day of networking and live simulation learning at Sim in Motion: A Day of Interactive Workshops. For only $99, you will be exposed to a breadth of stimulating workshops for an amazing education experience.
  • Deadline to submit your abstract for the 2016 SIM Expo is approaching quickly! We welcome posters, videos, demonstrations, virtual showcase and much more – other creative ideas are also encouraged!
  • Have you visited our free online resources lately? Check out the latest submissions on the SIM Scenario ExchangeTM, SIM MarketplaceTM, and SIM Product Directory.
On final note, SIM-one is excited to welcome its newest addition to the team: Dr. Amy Nakajima, interim director of research and development.

Learn more below!

The SIM-one Team

  1. Scenario Writing: Learn the best practice principles of scenario design, including understanding of, attitudes, and skills.
  2. Team Debriefing: Develop team debriefing skills with demonstrations (emphasis on Advocacy-Inquiry method) and discussions (compare & contrast, and incorporation of techniques into facilitation activities).
  3. Launch of the Seniors Care & Simulation Network: Join dedicated health professionals on expertise and innovations for the best healthcare experience for older adults.
  4. Launch of the Games, Gamification & Simulation: Hear from dedicated health professionals as they share their expertise and innovations to provide the best healthcare experience for a range of simulation activities.
  5. SIM for Learner Assessment: Use of sim for competency/skills assessment.
  6. Headspace Theatre: Learn how to create attitudinal simulations that require minimal props, yet create the experience of serious mental illness symptoms.
  7. Digital Simulation: Increase your understanding of the value of digital sim in health.
  8. Ultrasound Simulation: Learn about the ScanTrainer technology.

Learn more >

Show off your new simulations, share research findings, or lead a captivating workshop at the 2016 SIM Expo. Creative and unique proposals are encouraged. Deadline for abstract submissions is Friday, June 3, 2016

Submit an abstract >
View Sponsor & Exhibitor Package >

SIM Scenario Exchange
The SIM Scenario ExchangeTM is a repository of best practice scenarios across all simulation modalities, scenario development tools and templates, and learner assessment tools for evaluation and research.
Recent postings: Difficult Intubation – ICU, Situation Awareness Assessment in Patient Deterioration Simulations, and Cardiac Arrest Due to Blocked Airway.
SIM Marketplace
List your unused or under-used equipment for view and consideration from individuals and organizations across the world. The SIM MarketplaceTM is a user-friendly, virtual platform that allows users to buy, sell, share, and rent gently-used simulation equipment.
Recent postings: BUY – Gently used birthing simulator, SHARE: Task trainers for humanitarian efforts, and SELL: Pediatric crib stretcher with mattress.
SIM Product Directory
The SIM Product Directory is a one-stop repository of healthcare simulation tools and services from top-of-the-line vendors. View and search thousands of listings from a wide range of simulation categories at your fingertips. 
Recent postings: SimulationiQ Enterprise, VisoTM, and BrightMatter Simulate.

SIM-one is excited to announce its new interim director of research and development, Dr. Amy Nakajima, MD, FRCSC. 

Dr. Nakajima is a dedicated simulation enthusiast with a background in obstetrics and gynecology. She provides both didactic and simulation-based teaching, and contributes to regional simulation activities and patient safety and quality of improvement teaching. Dr. Nakajima also provides faculty development workshops at the local and national levels.

Welcome to the team, Dr. Nakajima!


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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.

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