Updates from SimGHOSTS Affiliated Organizations!
Champions today an update from our official affiliated organizations! Thanks to Nick Brauer, SimGHOSTS Community Director, for these updates. These organizations have partnered with SimGHOSTS to meet the following collaborative objectives:
- Promoting each respective organization and their endeavors amongst relevant networks and wider communities through a variety of routes including traditional and online marketing methods
- Sharing & developing new knowledge, skills and resources to benefit the respective membership communities of each organization
- Providing opportunities for collaboration at individual, institutional and organization-wide levels
- Enhancing the dissemination of innovations and solutions to community identified problems amongst members and the wider simulation community
- Establishing pathways for professional development and recognition of the Simulation Technology Specialist in healthcare including training programs and research
Simulation Week 2016 Huge Success: We have had a remarkable response and not just from our own local communities but from around the world. Stories have poured in covering an incredibly diverse range of simulation, modeling, training and decision support capabilities.
Australasian Simulation Congress 2016: Monday 26 September – Thursday 29 September 2016 Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, Victoria, Australia Simulation Australasia, the national body for those working in simulation in Australasia, will once again bring together the SimHealth and SimTecT conferences under the name of the Australasian Simulation Congress (ASC) with opportunities for a number of joint sessions of mutual interest. In 2016, it will also incorporate the International Simulation and Gaming Association (ISAGA).
Association for Simulated Practice in Healthcare (ASPiH):
Standards for Simulation: Launch of the 2nd Consultation of the ASPiH Standards for SBE, an online questionnaire and plans for national pilot sites selected from our Institutional members.
Professional Registration for technicians through ASPiH: Could be potential for Simulation technicians across Europe and USA to also apply for registration in the future.
ASPiH 2016 Bristol: 15th-17th November 2016 Mercure Grand Hotel - Bristol. Registration is now open and we have launched our brand new conference website
Association for Standardized Patient Educators
ASPE 2016: June 26-29 Hilton Tampa, FL - The ASPE Conference Committee has created a conference to engage, showcase creative works, stimulate professional development, and provide on-going opportunities to network and collaborate. We are delighted to have you with us and hope that you will find the conference productive and informative.
Society for Simulation in Healthcare (SSH)
Healthcare Simulation Dictionary Now Available: The Healthcare Simulation Dictionary features a collection of definitions showing how various terms---and their meanings--- are being used in the profession today. Inside you’ll find straightforward definitions of 127 words and terms. The Healthcare Simulation Dictionary is designed to enhance communication and clarity for healthcare simulationists in teaching, education, assessment, research, and systems integration activities.
International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare 2017: Jan. 28 - Feb 1, Orlando FL. Save the Date! (Presentation Submissions Just Closed!) The International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare (IMSH) is a scientific conference that explores the latest innovations and best practices in healthcare simulation. IMSH provides healthcare education professionals with the tools and resources they need to advance their skills and, ultimately, to improve patient safety.
International Pediatric Society for Simulation
Webinar Archives - The IPSS webinars are presented quarterly for the benefit of members of the International Pediatric Simulation Society. The goal of the webinar series is to promote learning, community and advancement of Pediatric Simulation. The format for each webinar is a 20-30 minute didactic session, followed by a 20-30 minute discussion. Start times vary to optimize international participation across the globe.