The Future of Simulation: A Laerdal Perspective, SG16AUS Laerdal Medical Sponsored Plenary
Laerdal Medical, SimGHOSTS 2016 Australia Platinum Sponsored Plenary Address
The Future of Simulation: A Laerdal Perspective
Gerrard Allis & Michael Stanton, Laerdal Medical
This Plenary Address explored Laerdal’s vision for simulation services and solutions into the future, focusing on new technology and enhanced product integration.
The speakers explored:
- Manufacturing - where Laeerdal came from
- Alignment of platforms
- System integration and software
- SimPad vs. SimPad Plus
- In situ Simulation
- Technical / themed workshops
About Laerdal Medical:
Laerdal Medical is a leading provider of training, educational and therapy products and services for lifesaving and emergency medical care. Our vision is that no one should die or be disabled unnecessarily during birth or from sudden illness or trauma.
Laerdal’s portfolio of medical simulation products, CPR training manikins and emergency therapeutic products are used by enterprises around the world, including voluntary organisations, educational institutions, hospitals and the military.
Laerdal has been at the cutting edge of innovation healthcare training since the launch of Resusci Anne in 1960. Today, this extensive experience comes to the forefront with our comprehensive range of patient simulators. Through the creation of high quality simulation solutions, we are committed to increasing the potential and scope of this most valued training methodology in support of our long held mission of helping save lives.
The Laerdal Services portfolio offers comprehensive Educational Services to support your implementation goals, and extensive Technical offerings to meet your simulator servicing needs. From simulator installation, routine preventative maintenance, product orientation and operation through to helping you realise your institution's learning objectives and incorporating scenarios, Laerdal Services are available to help make your simulation-based training program a success.
For more information, visit the Laerdal Medical website