Free ICU Healthcare Simulation Scenarios & Debriefing Guide

free medical simulation icu scenarios

ICU-IS-SIM is The Alfred ICU’s In Situ Simulation program, coordinated by Dr Chris Nickson. Each week we aim to involved at least 10-20 staff members as active participants in our in situ simulation sessions. This is typically performed within the unit, using real equipment, with team members performing their usual roles. Physical fidelity is achieved using simulation manikins or simulated patients in conjunction with iPads running the iSimulate ALSi software.

The sessions are designed to help staff develop the technical and non-technical skills required to function as a effective team in critical situations. An emphasis is placed on inter-professional communication and teamwork. Scenarios are based on core knowledge requirements, perceived knowledge gaps identified in other parts of the educational program, known high risk situations and sentinel events. Simulation-based education is also used in other aspects of The Alfred ICU Education program, including Tuesday teaching for senior registrars and regular sessions at the Center for Health Innovation simulation center (using SimMan 3G) during Wednesday afternoon teaching for all junior medical staff. We also use simulation to develop and fine tune processes within the ICU, such as our ECPR program and checklist development for emergency intubation and patient transport.

Scenarios from the ICU-IS-SIM program are provided as free-to-view google documents so that others can use and modify for their own education purposes. The scenarios are continually being revised and improved. Current free scenarios include:

Airway scenarios

  • Traumatic brain injury (TBI) and previous burns
  • Recognition of endotracheal tube dislodgement

Cardiac and cardiothoracic ICU

  • Pericardial tamponade post-cardiac surgery
  • Emergency intubation of a patient with dilated cardiomyopathy and cardiogenic shock

End of life and organ donation scenarios

  • Determination of Death for Donation after Circulatory Death (DCD)

Haemodynamics / Shock and vasopressors

  • Hypotension due to disconnected inotropes
  • Hypertension due to measurement error
  • Hypotension in a trauma patient in ICU

Neurocritical care



  • Deteriorating GCS and raised ICP in a TBI patient (pending)
  • Intubation of a patient with myasthaenia gravis (pending)
  • Intubation of a patient with Guillain-Barre Syndrome (pending)

Renal

  • Hyperkalemia and cardiac arrest due to acute kidney injury (AKI)

Respiratory

  • Emergency intubation of severe asthma

Resuscitation

  • Unanticipated VF arrest in the ICU

Sedation and delirium

  • Delirium, physical restraints and aspiration
  • Management of an agitated patient with delirium

Sepsis and infectious diseases

  • Intubation of a patient with septic shock and severe metabolic acidosis

Tracheostomy emergencies

  • Respiratory distress in a patient with a tracheostomy following traumatic brain injury (TBI)
  • Respiratory distress in a tracheotomized obese patient with tetanus

Trauma and Burns

  • Hypotension in a trauma patient in ICU
  • Emergency intubation of a patient with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and Burns
  • Airway emergency in a patient with facial burns and a wired ETT

Toxicology

  • Unverified overdose with occult calcium channel toxicity

Get access to all these free ICU scenarios, the Alfred ICU FAST-PAGE guide to debriefing, and more on the ICU-IS-Sim Website today!


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Comprehensive List of Journals for Game-Based Learning, Simulations, Serious Games & VR Immersive Learning

learning journals for simulation and game based learning

Leading expert Dr. Michael Sutton, PhD ended 2016 by compiling and awesome list of 45 journals for those interested in the latest research regarding:

  • Game Based Learning
  • Simulations
  • Serious Games
  • Gamification
  • Virtual Reality
  • Immersive Learning

Dr. Sutton introduces the free content hosted on LinkedIn by saying: “My quest for high quality research associated with these topics has been quite a challenge. In attempting to scour the Inet looking for useful material, I have compiled a definitive of journal sources, current to December 31st, 2016. I am sharing this with my readers in the hope that you will find this information very useful and this information will save your significant time and resources.”



Each source has a lengthy details explaining the benefits of the particular journal — what a great resource from Dr. Sutton!

Read the comprehensive list of Journals here!

INACSL Offers Simulation Fellowship with Support from CAE Healthcare

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Furthering the professional development support of simulation champions around the world, the International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning (INACSL) organization has partnered with CAE Healthcare to develop a powerful Fellowship training program!

About the Simulation Fellowship Program

This course has been co-developed by INACSL and CAE Healthcare Academy and offers global participants the opportunity to design, facilitate and debrief a Simulated Clinical Experience (SCE) using the INACSL Standards of Best Practice: Simulation for use in all areas of healthcare education.

The Fellowships are designed for new simulation educators, existing simulation educators who need additional support, and directors overseeing a simulation center. The course is experiential and interactive in nature and utilizes seminars, discussion groups, plenary sessions and “hands on” activities to deliver course content. Each Fellowship is a three-part program consisting of webinars, workshops and mentoring. Cohort will consist of no more than 30 participants and three facilitators. Facilitators are simulation experts with five or more years of experience creating and delivering effective simulation education globally.

Each Fellowship is limited to 30 participants and consists of the following elements. Registrations possible for IMSH and INACSL 2017 events covering the below:

Course Details:



  • Length of Course: 8 Months
  • Credits: 26 CEUs
  • Price: $2000 ($250 non-refundable)
Module One:
Introductory Pre-Recorded Webinar
  • Focus on the History of Simulation
  • Introduction to the INACSL Standards of Best Practice: Simulation
  • Overview of the Fellowship

Introductory Live Webinar

  • Cohort Welcome and Introduction/Experiences
  • Expectations for Fellowship
  • Overview of First Workshop Details

Educational Revolution: Two-Day Workshop

  • Introduction to Educational Psychology
  • Implementing the INACSL Standards of Best Practice: Simulation
  • Educational design of simulation activities
  • Creation of your own educational strategy using any form of simulation pedagogy (e.g., Mannequins, SPs etc.)
Module Two: 
How to Communicate to Facilitate Live Webinar
  • Introduction to communication strategies
  • Overview of facilitation, debriefing and evaluation

Immersive Faculty Development

  • Pre-brief, facilitation and debrief strategies
  • Evaluation tools
  • Role-play facilitation and debriefing of your own simulation activity
  • Peer review and feedback
  • Facilitation and debriefing in challenging situations
Module Three:
Mentoring Program: Monthly online activities with designated facilitator and peers of fellowship cohort to include:
  • Professional chat room
  • Case Studies
  • Journal article review
  • Teaching strategies
  • Research methodologies
  • Peer review of facilitation/debriefing
  • Reflective Journaling

Participants are invited to a special fellowship reception to be held during the annual HPSN World and INACSL conferences.

Learn more on the CAE Healthcare website!


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Upcoming Military Healthcare Summit Looks to Connect Simulation Industry to DoD

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The Military Healthcare Conference Feb. 27th –  March 1st 2017 in Washington D.C. promises to provide a forum to examine the complex construct of the Military Healthcare System and determine the best courses of action to address current operational and readiness challenges while maintaining the excellent standard of care U.S. Service members and their families deserve. Some of these discussions will focus on whether the community should rely on Military MTF’s to provide beneficiary care while maintaining military deployable readiness, or outsource more of the Military Healthcare construct. They will also examine critical focus areas such as new tools and techniques for clinical and combat education and training, combat medicine facility readiness, and new advances in medical research and development – truly addressing the full spectrum of Military Healthcare Operations. Don’t miss the opportunity to understand and support the current and future requirements of our medical stakeholders as they commit to the continuous improvement of healthcare delivery to our troops and their families!

With the DoD Unified Medical Budget expected to be $48.8 billion this year, military execs are now looking to invest Military Health Systems and advance in areas such as:



  • Medical Education/Training
  • Medical/Patient Simulation
  • EHR
  • Medical Technology
  • Clinical Care Innovation
  • Combat & Amputee Care

The Military Healthcare Summit, this February 27th-March 1st is the industry platform designed to elevate your organization and provide you with the opportunity to connect with key U.S. military healthcare executives including our lead speaking faculty:

  • Stacy Cummings, Program Executive Officer, PEO Defense Health Management Systems
  • Matt Hepburn, Program Manager, Biological Technologies Office, DARPA
  • Christopher Ivany, Chief, Army Behavioral Health, U.S. Army
  • James Dienst, Director, Education and Training Directorate, Defense Health Agency
  • …and much more!

Sponsorship and Exhibition Opportunities Still Available via contact Stephen Aponte on the website!

Learn more at the Military Healthcare IQPC website today!

SIMCharacters Launches New Campaign to Showcase Paul, World’s First High Emotion Preterm Simulator

high fidelity preterm simulator

#WelcomePaul, the World’s First High Emotion Preterm Simulator — developed by SIMCHaracters and their CEO, Dr. Jens Schwindt — a leading expert in neonatology and healthcare simulation education. For the past three months I have spent extensive time with Jens and the amazing SIMCharacters team in Vienna as their Marketing and Strategy Consultant to learn more about this “Beyond High Fidelity” product, which advances the field of healthcare simulation with never before seen technologies — all of which fit neatly inside a completely wireless simulated body of a 27 week old infant!

Key Features of Paul:

  • Preterm baby born in 27+3 week of gestation
  • Highly realistic external anatomy
  • Weight: 1000g, length: 35cm, head circumference: 26 cm
  • Pathological breathing patterns (nasal flaring, paradoxical respiration, substernal retractions, and grunting).
  • Highly realistic upper airway ideal for practicing endotracheal intubation and special neonatological care strategies (MIST, INSURE)
  • Mechanical ventilation using bag-mask and Perivent® systems
  • Automatic tube position detection during intubation
  • Physiological and pathological lung parameters for machine-assisted ventilation
  • Palpable pulse on the umbilical cord and all four limbs
  • Sensors to detect the correct position and depth of an umbilical venous catheter (UVC)
  • Auscultatory respiratory, heart and intestinal noises
  • Cyanosis and hyperoxia
  • Completely wireless product with 1.5 hours of battery use

Working alongside Jens and the team, we helped to craft the demonstrative materials necessary to help you see Paul in action! Today I would like to share with you this awesome video that shares the story of SIMCharacters, Paul, and Jens:



And Download the New Brochure here:
paul premature simulator brochure

Having spent time seeing Paul in action and intubating him, I can say without a doubt that his technologies will forever change the way neonatology trains!

Are you attending IMSH in a few weeks? Email me and I will help to schedule a time with you and the SIMCharacters Team at the SimAlliance Booth to learn more about this amazing new product and company!

In the meantime, visit the new SIMCharacters Website to learn more about Paul and his amazing Features

New Healthcare Simulation Podcast Interviews HealthySimulation Founder Regarding Benefits of Video Production

medical simulation podcast

Hey Sim Champs! An awesome new healthcare simulation resource for you to check out today from our friends at Simulcast: Victoria Brazil and Jesse Spur! In these ad hoc mini-episodes the team attempts to “pause and discuss” a topic of interest in the simulation community, highlight upcoming conferences, grab vox pop style interviews with great simulationistas and generally stop, take five and appraise the landscape.

Victoria is an emergency physician and medical educator. Victoria is an enthusiast in the social media and FOAM world and a keen runner. Jesse is founder and editor of injectableorange.com blog and podcast, the Director of Simulation Education for the Teaching Institute, and a novice social media, simulation, and quality assurance researcher. Together they are providing audio interviews around the world with those engaging in healthcare simulation.

From Victoria & Simulcast:



On Day 2 of APMSH I attended a fascinating workshop with Lance Baily of SimGHOSTS.org and HealthySimulation.com fame. Lance works out of Las Vegas and has established a global reputation in the technical aspects of conducting simulation, for maximal learning effect. Some of these skills are drawn from his previous life working in Hollywood, and our workshop was based on some of those:

  • Getting the right camera angle
  • Using tripods
  • Thinking about sound

Other Simulcast Resources include the Simulcast Journal Club, which is a monthly series heavily inspired by the ALiEM MEdIC Series. It aims to encourage simulation educators to explore and learn from publications on Healthcare Simulation Education. Each month we will publish a case and link a paper with associated questions for discussion. We will moderate and summarise the discussion at the end of the month, including exploring the opinions of experts from the field.

You can check out Lance’s interview there and connect with additional resources on the Simulcast website!

CAE Healthcare Supports Development of Simulation Impact Tool with Leeds Beckett

Nurse academic works on tool to measure student learning

Nursing Times recently covered how CAE Healthacre is supporting the development of a tool that calculates the impact of a student’s simulated encounter with a patient with UK based Leeds Beckett University!

Ann Sunderland, director of clinical skills and simulation at Leeds Beckett University, has been selected to work with Canadian Aviation Electronics (CAE) Healthcare to develop a tool that calculates the impact of a student’s simulated encounter with a patient.

The project, Patient Impact Scoring, will build on Ms Sunderland’s PhD research, which centers around the impact of simulation-based education on patient outcomes. CAE Healthcare’s existing system in the university’s clinical skills suite is equipped with 13 cameras, including four mobile cameras, that allows educators to assess activity. Ms Sunderland will compare the effects on patient outcomes in relation to both simulation-based and scheduled learning activities in postgraduate students.



She will then work with CAE Healthcare programming experts in the US to develop a tool for calculating a score that reflects the overall impact of the student’s encounter with a patient – either a lifelike mannequin or simulated patient – during a simulated scenario.

Ms Sunderland, a nurse by background, said: “Simulation has become firmly embedded in healthcare education over the last few decades as there is overwhelming evidence to support its effectiveness. “Simulation-based education offers targeted learning experiences where knowledge, skills and attitudes can be learned and refined within a safe and supportive environment,” she noted. “The ability to replicate specific clinical scenarios with immersive and interactive participation from learners – both individuals and teams – is a powerful tool with which to enhance technical and non-technical skills, as well as being a useful method of assessment,” she said.

Top 51 Medical Simulation Posts of 2016!

top 51 healthcare simulation

The most read medical simulation articles of 2016. Happy New Years Medical Simulation Champions! Today, as we have every year since launching HealthySimulation.com in 2010 we are sharing the most read healthcare simulation posts of the past year. Did you know that since 2010 HealthySim has provided almost 1,000,000 article displays to more than 350,000 website visitors? Thank you for your continued support of this FREE medical simulation resource website!

Related to the General Use Simulation Across:

51. OSF HealthCare Partners with NIH and AHA to Create Online Medical Journal for 3D Hearts

50. Virtual and Augmented Reality Market To Reach $162 billion by 2020

49. Aviation’s Black Boxes Are Coming to Healthcare Training

48. Iqarus Provides Fully Immersive Live Action Combat Medicine Training Center in UK

47. Do Checklists Change Human Behaviors? Thoughts from Medical Lawyer Dr. Argy

46. You Won’t Believe the Future Tech of Healthcare Education

45. Vet Students Train with Simulators in New Lab at Cornell University

44. Toyota Utilizes VR to Showcase the Future of Driving Simulation

43. NASA Mars Mission Crew Emerges From Yearlong Simulation In Hawaii

News Stories Related to the Industry of Healthcare Simulation:

42. Tonight! Jeopardy Game Show to Feature Healthcare Simulation

41. Delta College Performs 6 Hour Trauma Simulation Scenario with Local Authories

40. UK TV Shows How CAE Healthcare Manikins ‘METIman’ are Made!

39. TEDx Talk: Simulation Necessary To Prepare for Birthing Emergencies

38. Homeland Security Simulation Center Offers Realistic Training for Disaster Preparedness

37. University of South Alabama Healthcare Simulation Program Covered by Local News

36. U.S. Army Awards Portion of $135M Medical Simulation Contract to ECS

35. Plymouth University Pennisula Offers Postgraduate Certificate, Diploma and Masters in Simulation & Pt Safety

34. The Newest Medical Simulation Center Designs May Surprise You!

33. Lance Baily To Support the Launch of New Preterm Simulator from SimCharacters

Society and Organizational Updates:

32. INSPIRE Provides Support to Healthcare Simulation Pediatric Researchers

31. 3rd Annual Asia Pacific Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare Launches in Singapore

30. 2-Hour Laerdal SimMan 3G Programming Course Now Available Through SimGHOSTS

29. California Simulation Alliance Workshops and Conference in October

28. Association for Simulated Practice in Healthcare Updates

27. SimGHOSTS USA 2016 Opens at Jump Trading Simulation Center Sponsored by SimulationIQ

Vendor and Simulator Related Articles:

26. Cardionics Provides SimScope Auscultation Simulator for Real-Time Standardized Patient Learning



25. Laerdal’s SimMom Receives Non-Gravid Abdominal Skin Product Update

24. SimMon iTunes Patient Monitor Vital Sign Simulator App

23. Simulation Champion Provides Laerdal SimMan Ankle Fix

22. Southern California Simulation Collaborative Hosts TeleHealth Robotics and Laerdal Mini-SUN

21. Debrief2Learn Aims to Improve Healthcare Outcomes with Effective Debriefing Practices

20. CAE Healthcare Shares Patient Safety Foundation Info Graphic

19. Polhemus Brings Micro Sensor Motion Tracking to Healthcare Simulation

18. Beyond Debriefing – Studiocode from Vosaic Enables for High Level Research Studies for Healthcare Simulation

17. WISER Provides Simulation Courses For All Staff Positions

General Advice for Healthcare Simulation Programs:

16. Online Leadership in Simulation Instruction and Management Graduate Certificate Program from RMU

15. Teaching Patient Handoffs to Medical Students in OB/GYN: Simulation Curriculum and Assessment Tool

14. Why You & Your Simulation Program Should Avoid Flying United Airlines

Healthcare Simulation Program Administration:

13. 7 Steps to Achieving Record Growth For Your Healthcare Simulation Program

12. The Language of Sales – How to Increase Your Simulation Budget

11. 3 Key Resources to Expand Your Simulation Program

Top 10 Medical Simulation Posts of 2016:

10. SimCharacters Celebrates #WorldPrematurityDay With Launch of Paul, The World’s First High Emotion Simulator

9. Where to get Free Medical Simulation Scenarios

8. Top 9 Most Read Healthcare Simulation Articles from Summer 2016

7. Complete Administrator’s Guide To Healthcare Simulation ‘HealthySimAdmin’ Program Series Now Available for Free!

6. Supporting Transitions in Medical Career Pathways: the Role of Simulation-Based Education

5. Updates from SimGHOSTS, The Leaders in Healthcare Simulation Technology Specialist Support

5. Media Covers May BMJ Article: “Medical Error 3rd Leading Cause of Death in U.S.” – Call for New Hashtag #SimToZero!

4. The Must-Own Healthcare Simulation Library *Updated for 2016

3. Medical Simulation Jobs Page

2. Top 11 Healthcare Simulation Articles of 2015 from the Top 51 Medical Simulation Articles of 2015.

1. Is This The Most Beautiful Healthcare Simulation Center in the World? You’ll never guess where one of the most beautiful healthcare simulation centers in the world is located!

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Complete Administrator’s Guide To Healthcare Simulation ‘HealthySimAdmin’ Program Series Now Available for Free!

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Sim champs HealthySimulation.com is welcoming 2017 with a bang by recapping for you here ALL eight HealthySimAdmin videos! Each of these 2 hour recorded sessions provides key administrative insights by an entire panel of leading healthcare simulation program directors! Sponsored by Laerdal, B-Line Medical, and Pocket Nurse, the original value of watching the program online was $450, but now the entire program is available to watch for free online!

HealthySimAdmin was the world’s first broadcasted event providing an open and online discussion to share administrative solutions for the “how to” of medical simulation. Hundreds of simulation program administrators from around the world have watched the HealthySimAdmin panel of sim lab management experts from hospital, military, community college and university nursing programs, medical schools, EMS providers as well as medical simulation consultant groups to cover eight community-selected topics which included: Collaborative simulation program development, Funding sources & models, Faculty/educator buy-in, Research coordination, Daily operations, IT issues & support, Increasing utilization & Business development!

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Watch this highlight to preview some of the thousands of administrative tips to be gained from HealthySimAdmin:



Learn what other sim lab administrators are saying about HealthySimAdmin:

Each of the following sessions starts with a 40 minute presentation by the associated key speaker which is then followed by 60 minutes of discussion and Q&A session by the entire expert panel:

Part 1: “Collaborative Simulation Program Development” – Carolyn Yucha, RN, PhD, FAAN

Part 2: “Funding Sources & Models” – Carolyn Yucha, RN, PhD, FAAN & COL (Ret) John McManus, MD, MCR

Part 3: “Clinical Educator Training & Buy-in” – Jane Kleinman RN, MAOM

Part 4: “Sim Research Development” – Amar Pravin Patel, MS, NREMT-P, CFC

Part 5: “Maximizing Daily Operations” – Henry Henao MSN, ARNP, FNP-BC, EMT

Part 6: “IT Structures & Issues” – James Cypert BAP, BAIT, MCSE, MCT, MCP

Part 7: “Increasing Sim Program Utilization” – Allen J. Giannakopoulos, Ph.D.

Part 8: “Business Development & Revenue Generation” – Lance Baily, HealthySimAdmin Organizer

Complete Session Details are available on those pages. Reasons to Watch HealthySimAdmin, NOW TOTALLY FREE:

  • Expand your knowledge by learning from a diverse group of sim admins
    The HealthySimAdmin panel of experts is comprised of successful simulation program administrators from a variety of settings including: community, state and university nursing schools, medical schools, EMS programs, hospitals, IT departments, and the military. Additional panel members will include leading industry consultants who have designed and managed sim labs around the globe. HealthySimAdmin will not only share “proven-to-work” techniques from others in your field but also provide an expanded perspective from others that utilize medical simulation within healthcare.
  • Learn from your new professional community
    Currently there are no professional degrees in medical simulation program management. Simulation program administrators have varied experience which may include successful or maybe, not so successful, strategies for managing a simulation center/lab. For example, a sim lab program manager with an IT background will have little trouble integrating their center’s network technology, but may find clinical educator training and buy-in much more challenging. In that sense, our growing international community is the best resource we have for learning and sharing the best practices in each of the numerous facets necessary to operate a simulation lab. HealthySimAdmin’s mission is to create a global and shared community online space where healthcare simulation program administrators can find and share information unique to medical simulation management.
  • Participate from anywhere in the world
    What happened in Vegas did not stay in Vegas with HealthySimAdmin! With any high-speed internet connection you will be able to watch HealthySimAdmin wherever you are. Join an international audience of healthcare simulation managers who have already watched HealthySimAdmin and gain global insight into the operations and development of a successful medical simulation program.
  • Maximize your time with medical simulation admin specific content
    While the methodology of simulation in healthcare continues to expand exponentially across the globe, the discussions regarding the operations and management of this technology are relatively new. And while other medical simulation-based meetings do exist, they primarily serve our community’s clinical educators. Thus, resources and guidance for program administrators remains limited. To address this challenge, HealthySimAdmin held an event specifically designed to meet the needs of healthcare simulation program administrators. Catch up to the hundreds of other administrators who have already watched HealthySimAdmin and maximize your time and resources by engaging with content that is as unique as your profession!

Sign Up for HealthySimulation.com’s Free Email Newsletter for more Great Content!

National Youth Leadership Forum Introduces Students to Medicine Through Simulation

National Youth Leadership Forum (NYLF): Medicine Features Stanford-Developed Simulation

Shouldn’t all perspective students of healthcare careers experience the role through simulation? Imagine a future where students could experience the role of healthcare provider with a simulated clinical learning experience, or putting on a VR headset to see what its like to be a firefighter, nurse, or surgeon? NYLF is paving the way this year!

Students attending Envision’s summer 2017 National Youth Leadership Forum (NYLF): Medicine will have the unique opportunity to get hands-on experience in an emergency medical simulation, When Care is Hours Away. This dynamic workshop gives high school students an immersive experience to gain invaluable, real-life medical skills that are critical success in a future career and beyond.

The simulation was created in collaboration with wilderness medicine expert Dr. Paul Auerbach and simulation expert Dr. Rebecca Smith-Coggins, professors in the Department of Emergency Medicine at the Stanford University School of Medicine. NYLF Medicine students will learn first-hand how to care for a patient in an emergency using only the materials at hand, employing time-tested techniques that are used around the world.



“We’re proud to have some of the most well-regarded and prominent leaders, educators, and physicians in the medical community provide support to and directly participate in NYLF Medicine, speaking to student groups and designing exciting curriculum modules like this simulation,” says Andrew Potter, Chief Academic Officer at Envision. “Not all emergencies take place in hospitals, so it is crucial for students to have skills in spine precautions, tying a tourniquet, hypothermia prevention, and more.”

Held in nine U.S. cities, NYLF Medicine represents an opportunity for aspiring doctors and medical professionals to get hands-on experience and valuable insight from health care professionals that will help them succeed in their future medical studies and careers. Program attendees visit a state-of-the-art medical simulation center to train like professionals in a variety of medical procedures and technologies with guidance from experts.