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Research grant opportunity
SSH
Aug. 22 - Sept. 21
The Society for Simulation in Healthcare is offering up to two $5,000 grants to support health-related simulation-based pilot studies carried out by Principal Investigators who have fewer than five years of experience in simulation-based research endeavors. Research representing appropriate quantitative, qualitative, or mixed-method approaches are equally welcome. We seek novel studies that have strong potential for a positive impact on healthcare delivery processes and outcomes through, for example, education, assessment, usability testing, or system integration.

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Opportunities
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JPC-1 Medical Training and Health Information Systems (MTHIS) Research Program FY13 Request For Proposals (RFP) for the research and development of an Advanced Modular Manikin. (Solicitation No. W81XWH13R0032)
Formal Solicitation at FedBizOpps.Gov
Response Deadline: 5 Oct 2013

FY14/15 JPC-1 Medical Training and Health Information Sciences Intramural Solicitation: Medical Simulation Validation Program (SVP)
Response Deadline: 15 Oct 2013

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High stress training for military nedics
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Field Medics with 1st Squadron, 158th Cavalry Regiment, Maryland Army National Guard train in Fort Drum's Bridgewater- Vacarro Medical Simulation Training Center. The exercise was part of their qualification and certification to keep their skills sharp and their people prepared and mission ready. The MSTC includes ambient combat zone sounds, robots that have vital signs, and smoke machines to simulate the chaos of medical treatment under fire.
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  Process solutions Using Healthcare Simulation

FlexSim Healthcare simulation software will help you solve problems in room scheduling, staff utilization, resource allocation and patient flows. FlexSim’s 3D animation will help others visualize your solutions and validate improvements. Let FlexSim Healthcare model and validate your process improvement ideas before you implement them. Problem Solved. Download a Free Trial today.
 


Wake Tech celebrates new high-tech health sciences building
News & Observer
One of the things Anna Pocher has learned while studying to become a paramedic — along with anatomy, physiology, pharmacology, rescue-scene management — is that she learns by doing. "It's not just that you know what to do," said Pocher, 20, who is halfway to a Wake Technical Community College Emergency Medical Science degree. "It's that you know that you can do it." Students such as Pocher will get more chances to practice the jobs they're hoping to land since the school opened a new building on its Health Sciences Campus in Raleigh, which is outfitted to resemble as closely as possible the settings where they will work.
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  MammaCare's new CBE Simulator - Trainer

Is a self-administered, palpation training platform that produces and validates breast examination competencies. The computer's operating program is based on published quality standards examination protocols. It is used to train clinicians who perform or will be performing clinical breast exams. A digital “clinical instructor” assesses progress and provides corrective feedback.
 


SIM-ND provides high-tech training tool for rural medical professionals
Pierce County Tribune
For years, smaller critical access hospitals in North Dakota would need to send their staff to one of the state's four biggest cities for training. Thanks to SIM-ND (Simulation in Motion-North Dakota), that's no longer the case.
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Telemedicine: A community perspective
By Tracy Stanley
Developed so doctors could monitor astronauts in space, the concept of telemedicine isn't a new one. What has changed, however, is the technology that now allows global access to this way of practicing medicine. Physicians are starting to appreciate the worth and importance of being accessible to remote communities via video conference. The purpose of this article is not to discuss the mechanics of telemedicine but rather to underscore its value to the remote communities it serves.
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