SimGHOSTS is partnering with SESAM and the SingHealth Duke-NUS Institute of Medical Simulation for the Asia's first collaborative simulation conference event! SimGHOSTS, the affordable hands-on training event for those individuals and institutions using healthcare simulation technology will be celebrating its 7th year with events in the United States and around the world.

2017 Singapore "S3" Event!

Join hundreds of Simulation Champions from around the world at this new international conference and hands-on training events! The “Gathering of Healthcare Simulation Technology Specialists”, which will be operating its seventh year, is a US-based non-profit 501(c)3 organization based out of Las Vegas, Nevada. SimGHOSTS is working directly with the Society in Europe for Simulation Applied to Medicine (SESAM) and the University of Singapore SIMS center to host Asia's First Collaborative Simulation Conference Event!

The theme for the S3 Conference​ this year is, "At the Crossroad of Simulation; Bringing the World together".

The 2017 "S3" event will provide a meeting place for you to:

  • Network with regional peers
  • Learn from leading global experts
  • Experience the latest in vendor products & services
  • Connect to new ideas and best practices
  • Maximize value with three conferences in one!
  • Receive hands-on training in simulation technology:
    • Manikin hardware repair and software programming
    • Audiovisual equipment debugging
    • IT networking and infrastructures
    • Moulage makeup
    • Team communication & leadership techniques
    • Medical physiology
  • And much more...

Download the Justification document here to help you explain to administrators the great reasons to attend!


Asia-Pacific "S3" Singapore Event
The SingHealth Duke-NUS
Institute of Medical Simulation
Singapore
Pre-Symposium: October 31st, 2017
Symposium: November 1st-3rd, 2017

More information here.

Abstract submissions are now open & due by May 19th, submit yours HERE

Who Should Attend the S3 Event?

Anyone working within healthcare simulation, from administrators, clinical educators, researchers, or technical operators of a medical simulation lab including full-time or part-time employees. Anyone evaluating medical-simulation based technology should strongly consider attending as most major industry vendors are encouraged to attend.

About SESAM

The purpose of SESAM is: The development and application of simulation in education, research and quality management in medicine and health care. Facilitation, exchange and improvement of the technology and knowledge throughout Europe. Establishment of combined research facilities. Our Society was formed over 20 years ago in Copenhagen. SESAM's mission is to encourage and support the use of simulation in health care for the purpose of training and research. We are not affiliated to any medical or other speciality. Members have a wide and varied background within healthcare and medical education, but all with an interest and passion in medical simulation. If you are using simulation techniques or are considering doing so, please consider supporting the society and join SESAM's dynamic simulation community as a member. This will bring you in contact with international protagonists of simulation. Learn more here.

About SingHealth

The SingHealth Duke-NUS Academic Medical Centre draws on the collective strengths of SingHealth and Duke-NUS Medical School to drive the transformation of healthcare and provide affordable, accessible, quality healthcare. With 42 clinical specialties, a network of 2 Hospitals, 5 National Specialty Centres, 9 Polyclinics and Bright Vision Community Hospital, it delivers comprehensive, multi-disciplinary and integrated care. In 2018, the Sengkang General Hospital and Sengkang Community Hospital will be completed to serve the community in the north-east of Singapore. To enhance community care, the new Outram Community Hospital on SGH Campus will be completed in 2020. Learn more here.

Check out the recaps from our previous events to see what SimGHOSTS is all about!