Don't miss abstract deadline for 2016 SIM Expo • Submit by Friday, June 3 • NEW! Kickoff to SIM Expo • More upcoming events
Dear <<First Name | Prénom>>,
Don't miss the opportunity to showcase your work at Canada's premier healthcare simulation conference! Abstract deadline for the 2016 SIM Expo is approaching quickly - submissions are accepted until Friday, June 3.
The 2016 SIM Expo accepts proposals for a variety of presentations and activities, which make the annual conference an incredible venue for sharing knowledge, celebrating achievements, demonstrating innovations, and networking. This year’s expo will highlight the many ways simulation brings value to healthcare.
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WE'RE GETTING A HEAD START!
Mark your calendars! This year, kickoff to the 2016 SIM Expo will take place on Wednesday, October 5. Expect plenty of pre-expo networking opportunities and workshops. Stay tuned for details!
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MORE UPCOMING EVENTS
National Forum on Simulation for Quality & Safety
Monday, May 30, 2016
Sheraton Gateway Hotel
An exciting knowledge-sharing event focused on using simulation to improve patient safety and quality of care. You’ll hear from inspiring and informative presenters, including professors Dr. Teodor Grantcharov and Dr. Adalsteinn Brown, and find out about the many ways simulation is being harnessed to improve health care.
SIM in Motion: A Day of Interactive Workshops
Tuesday, May 31, 2016
Sheraton Gateway Hotel
Join simulation experts for an exciting, one-day event of an incredible breadth of live demonstrations for the best hands-on simulation education experience. Workshops include:
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