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Using the Center

Develop a project at the Simulation and Integrative Learning Institute

Getting Started Developing a Project Heading link

For projects involving new cases or scenarios, we must have at least 3 months notice prior to the start date. The center operates at a full or near to full capacity almost year round, so it is imperative to try and plan ahead when possible.

For projects using pre-existing cases and/or scenarios, there is some flexibility in the timeline, but generally speaking we like to schedule everything at least three months in advance.

To start the project implementation process, please fill out the SAIL Initial Consultation Form

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT: SAIL is temporarily pausing the acceptance of applications for new Technology-Based Simulation Programming until August 30, 2024. We appreciate your understanding and look forward to assisting you with your Technology-Based Simulation Project submissions starting in September 2024.  We are still accepting Human-Based Simulation project applications.

Questions on New Projects, Contact: Heading link

Bob Kiser
Associate Director of SAIL

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Utilize the professional development offerings at SAIL to get the most out of your experience.

Timeline for Project Implementation Heading link

3 months before exam or workshop

  • Based on center availability, the project is scheduled
  • SAIL staff is given all information in order to implement project including casting requirements (gender, age, specific traits, etc.) as well as equipment needed (high-fidelity mannequins, task trainers, etc). Final versions of cases or scenarios are not required at this time but we do need objectives and an outline of materials.

2 months before project

  • Final version of cases or scenarios are completed.
  • Casting completed.

1 month before project

  • Initial SP/Clinical Skills Instructor training is completed.
  • All changes are final including: paperwork, minor adjustments to cases, addition or subtraction of project elements.
  • If the project is an exam and a pilot of new scenarios is required, an additional two months may be required. This allows time for necessary changes to be implemented.

Technology-Based Simulation Heading link

For technology-based simulation, please review these standard operating procedures.

Questions/Concerns about the policies? Contact us. Heading link