Dear <<First Name | Prénom>>,

SIM-one offers best practices-inspired simulation courses designed for professionals both new and experienced in the burgeoning field of healthcare simulation. Our courses cover the amazing breadth of simulation—from the fundamentals to research to specific skills—and are offered online and in-person. Register for a SIM-one course and greatly improve your simulation expertise and skills!


Develop improved understanding, attitudes and skills for the use of different forms of e-simulation and e-blended learning. e-Xplorers of Simulation can enhance your own teaching practices that you can incorporate into your very own setting.

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"The course discussed the transformative potential of e-simulations in enhancing teaching, learning and assessment in blended learning environments. For anyone who develops, modifies and teaches educational content in healthcare settings, this course gets you out of your comfort zone and immediately involved in championing e-simulations as a part of your organizational learning strategy."
Sandra Bennett
Educational Specialist
CAMH – Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
e-Xplorers of Simulation participant

Bruce Ballon MD, ESP(C), FRCP(C)
SIM-one Director of Education
e-Xplorers Co-Director
June MacDonald-Jenkins
UOIT/Durham College and Dean of Police Education and Innovation
e-Xplorers Associate Director
Agnes Ryzynski
Simulation Centre Coordinator, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
e-Xplorers Associate Director



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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Simulation Centre Wizardry
April 22-23, 2015  •  Toronto
Develop the skills to run a scenario, learn how to maximize the use of a SIM centre and create low-cost equipment and simulation models—from the people who are not only behind the scenes, but who actually help create them.
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For more information about SIM-one's educational offerings, please contact Edith Branco at