In-person standardized patients during the COVID-19 pandemic: exploitative practice or necessary for education? Thursday, October 1, 2020 - 10:00am CDT Presenters Christine Park, MD, Director SAIL Session Objectives Examine examples of exploitative practice in medical education history Discuss how the COVID-19 pandemic challenges us to reconsider this history Description [...]
UIC SAIL impacts simulation-based education around the world through our professional development programs for simulation educators, fellowships, research and presentations. In addition to the programs offered at SAIL in Chicago, SAIL faculty and staff travel around the world to provide workshops and talks promoting best practices in simulation-based education. See our map of activity [...]
UPDATED Release from AHA (5/20/20): Providers/Instructors with cards expiring in March - June 2020 have a 120 day extension Training Centers maintain documentation of this Renewals for these individuals is accepted over the next 120 days View that release here ***All in-class learning courses are suspended until further notice due to COVID-19, but alternative options [...]
The baby’s lips are turning blue. As the nursing students work to restart his breathing, he begins to cry — and they breathe sighs of relief. But Jesse isn’t a human baby — he's a high-tech mannequin. Watch the video!
The development of an innovative Augmented Reality simulator resulted in a First Place Abstract award at the International Meeting of Simulation in Healthcare in San Diego in January 2016. Luciano C, Van meter A, Matulaquaskas M, Kania P, Banerjee P, Yudkowsky R: Haptic augmented reality lumbar puncture simulator: pilot evaluation (Abstract) Simulation in [...]