Simulation Makes a Difference

Reduces preventable medical errors

Improves patient outcomes

Increases healthcare team performance

Prepares teams for high consequence care

Identifies latent patient care threats

To ERR is Human

This report published in 1999 by the Institute of Medicine (IOM is widely considered the origin of modern patient safety movement. (1) Simulation is a proven method to reduce medical error, increase team performance, and improve patient outcomes and survivability. (2)

Report Abstract

How do you make the rare, common?




Faculty Development When Initiating Simulation Programs: Lessons Learned From the National Simulation Study

Study

INACSL Standards of Best Practice: SimulationSM Simulation Design

Paper

Primer on Modeling and Simulation

A Primer on Simulation
SIMULATION USE IN PARAMEDIC EDUCATION RESEARCH (SUPER): A DESCRIPTIVE STUDY
SUPER Trial

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