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.

HBS (Standardized Patients)

What is HBS Using the Center
  • Project information- “how to”
  • Project summary/request
  • Resources
  • Current Projects
  • For Faculty
  • Maps
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TBS

What is TBS using the center
  • Project information- “how to”
  • Project summary/request
  • Resources
  • Current Projects
  • For Faculty
  • Maps
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Professional Development

  • SPCP
  • TBS Cert.
  • Conflict resolution
  • Debriefing
  • Scenario development
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For Learners

  • What to expect when you come to SAIL-
  • Medical students
  • Skills info
  • GME
  • skills info
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Job Opportunities

  • Description of each role
  • how to apply
  • classes- “how to an SP”
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About the center/outside clients

  • renting the center Maps Meet the staff
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