SIMULATION AND INTEGRATIVE LEARNING
Established in 1987, the Simulation and Integrative Learning Institute (SAIL) was one of the first standardized patient-based clinical performance assessment centers in the world. For 29 years, we have facilitated technology-based and human-based simulation experiences for thousands of healthcare students and professionals. With patient safety as one of our driving motivators, we work to design simulation for the development of comprehensive healthcare professionals. Aligning with the UI College of Medicine’s mission to uplift the health of our community, our vision is to develop patient-partnered simulation strategies for the entire healthcare community of practice, including patients, families, and more.
The Simulation and Integrative Learning Institute 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 the SAIL in Chicago, SAIL faculty and […]
It’s not just semantics: Tele-simulation vs Tele-health.
The COVID19 pandemic has prompted rapid change in the way simulation is experienced by learners. In this short video, Dr. Park and Dr. Gangopadhyaya talk about how a tele-simulation learning experience is different from a tele-health learning experience.
Society For Simulation in Healthcare
1st Place – Technology Innovation
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, […]
2020 marked the 20th anniversary of the International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare, a meeting that grew from just a few handfuls of people, to what is now a 4,000+ conference of the global simulation community of practice. All of the Past Presidents of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare, and highlights of their achievements, were honored on January 19, 2020 in San Diego in celebration of this milestone year. SAIL Director Christine Park, MD, FSSH (2nd from right), was the 2017 SSH President.