Global Network for Simulation Healthcare Annual Summit Meeting Brings Together Industry Leadership in Munich

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This week in Munich, Germany over 50 individuals representing more than 30 international organizations and 12 global corporate vendors came together for an annual summit to discuss and strategize for the improvement of the healthcare simulation industry. Member organizations included leading groups such as INACSL, SSH, IPSS, ASPiH, NPSF, NLN, SESAM, and ASPE who joined together with corporate members like Simulab, Laerdal, B-Line Medical, 3D Systems, CAE Healthcare, TellYes, and Simulaids to name a few. Halldale media (Medical Training Magazine) and HealthySimulation.com industry news reporting groups were also in attendance. This collaborative is designed to provide a dedicated space and time for these leading groups to sit down and focus not on their individual events but the global industry as a whole.

The organization presented a prototype of a healthcare simulation toolkit website, designed to help provide a how-to-guide for helping to make the business case for simulation with a searchable database of cases to help provide the evidence and resources necessary to be effective. The membership was enthusiastic about the prototype system and requested the continued developed with the hope for funded support from the commercial groups, with marketing and content creation support from the academic organizations.

Also delivered was a new branding, website, and marketing content by Lance Baily of SimGHOSTS.org & HealthySimulation.com with creative production support from Lynn Welch and Larry Boggs from EMS SimulationIQ as advised by Andy Smith from Halldale Media. This new website will launch next week so stay tuned.


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Strategic industry messaging, collaborative partnerships with patient safety and other performance improvement organizations, as well as continued toolkit development content and development plans were the focus of the two and a half day event.

Stay tuned for the new GNSH website!


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