9 Articles Highlighting the Expansion of Medical Simulation

9 healthcare simulation news articles

Today, nine articles highlighting the continued expansion of simulation in healthcare from around the world. Learn how simulation continues to innovate healthcare education and training:

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  1. Modernizing Combat Medical Training to Provide American Troops With the Best Care Possible

  2. Simulation Promises Longer Life from Hip Replacements

  3. Learning To Respect A Patient’s Wishes At The End Of Life

  4. Patient Safety Simulation Targets ED Miscommunication

  5. ‘Cut suits’ add realism to trauma training

  6. Cardiac side effects caused by drugs can be predicted using a simulated heart model

  7. Computer simulation accurately replicated real-life trauma outcomes

  8. Nursing simulation center sign of progress

  9. Columbia University School of Nursing To Build New Simulation Center

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