Register for SIM in Motion • Submit abstract to 2016 SIM Expo + sponsor & exhibitor info • Free online resources • Welcome new R&D interim director!
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Many exciting events and opportunities are happening at SIM-one and we don't want you to miss them!
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The SIM-one Team
SIM IN MOTION WORKSHOPS LINEUP
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BE PART OF CANADA'S PREMIER SIM EXPO!
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.
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CONTRIBUTE TO GLOBAL RESOURCES
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.
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.
WELCOME DR. NAKAJIMA!
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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For more information on SIM-one, please visit www.SIM-one.ca or contact communications@SIM-one.ca.