Category: Technology

Key Features to Look for in a Simulation Video Capture Platform

As we recognize the Society for Simulation in Healthcare’s Annual Healthcare Simulation Week, it brings into focus the fact that simulation-based training has become an integral part of education and professional development in various industries, including healthcare, education, and the …

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CEO Matt Merino Joins SimGeeks Podcast to Discuss the Future of Healthcare Education

Our CEO Matt Merino talks with co-hosts William Belk and David Shablak, NRP, CHSE, CHSOS-A, about the future of simulation in healthcare education and how EMS’ solutions can integrate an array of technologies – and data – to help solve …

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The Rapid Evolution of Technology for Simulation in Healthcare Post-Covid

When healthcare education institutions quickly pivoted to online learning models during the early stages of the pandemic, they relied heavily on their existing technology infrastructure to deliver the same standard of training their students came to expect. But even with …

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16 Top Tips for Improving Simulation-Based Medical Education

Simulation-based medical education is considered the standard in healthcare training to improve hands-on skills and assess student performance in clinical learning environments. It provides a safe space for students to experience realistic patient care scenarios and has proven to produce …

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Featured Webinar: “Extending your Evaluations: Why Use Quality Assurance and SP Assessments”

The quality and consistency of evaluators has an important role in simulation-based training. Although there are many ways to evaluate your evaluators, two of the most effective methods are through inter-rater reliability and SP Performance Assessments. Want to learn more? Click …

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How to Enhance Clinical Reasoning Instruction in Year One of Your Program

Leverage Virtual Case Training Technology to Improve Diagnostic Reasoning Skills Supported by a growing body of published research, medical educators know that developing their students’ diagnostic reasoning skills early can lead to a decrease in diagnostic error in their future …

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“Developing Virtual Interprofessional Simulations Using the IPEC Core Competencies” Webinar Recap

We received great feedback for our August 12 webinar, “Developing Virtual Interprofessional Simulations Using the IPEC Core Competencies,” presented by Emily Frank, MS, OTD, OTR, Assistant Professor, MOT Program, University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences. If you couldn’t join …

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2021 EMS Virtual User Summit

EMS is proud to recognize all of our customers attending the 2021 Virtual User Summit! To ensure the safety of our valued customers, the EMS User Summit will be held in a virtual capacity this year, eliminating any travel requirements …

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“Advanced Strategies for Reducing Bias in Scoring” Webinar Recap

We hope you enjoyed our June 16 webinar, “Advanced Strategies for Reducing Bias in Scoring,” presented by Cathy Smith, PhD, CHSE, Interprofessional and Simulation Educator, Baycrest, Toronto, Simulation Consultant; and Tony Errichetti, PhD, MA, SP Program Consultant, Narrative Medicine Practitioner …

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“Identifying and Remediating Standardized Patient Biases in Scoring” Webinar Recap

Thanks to everyone who joined us for our June 2 webinar, “Identifying and Remediating Standardized Patient Biases in Scoring,” presented by Cathy Smith, PhD, CHSE, Interprofessional and Simulation Educator, Baycrest, Toronto, Simulation Consultant; and Tony Errichetti, PhD, MA, SP Program …

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