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TLC For Your Sim Lab — How Experts Ensure Optimal Performance

Tuesday, September 28—2:00 PM EST

Your simulation program relies on the ability for your simulation lab and any in situ efforts to always be fully operational. The practicalities of running and maintaining a simulation lab are not always the most attention-grabbing part of your simulation program. But they form the cornerstone of success. If your simulation lab does not run at peak efficiency, then you cannot teach at peak efficiency. It’s a simple and practical equation. And almost everyone in simulation has felt the impact of it.

In this interactive Virtual SUN, we will be speaking with two industry experts, both of whom manage state-of-the-art simulation programs and who have advice on how to get there. State-of-the-art does not always mean having the biggest and the best. It does mean making what you have perform to its maximum capacity.

Areas that we will focus on include:

  • Megabits per second and why a dedicated online network is critical to your simulation lab performance
  • Experts versus novices and why only a select few should be performing service on your manikins
  • Faculty development and why your staff needs to know how to teach in your sim environment
  • Refreshing your technology and why having the latest technology does improve efficiency

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Discover

Networking with peers & experts

The Simulation User Network (SUN) Conference draws over 300 user network members to each meeting. It serves as a platform for collaboration, innovation and simulation advancements that lead to improvements in education and healthcare delivery. 

Unite

Best practices from industry leaders

The SUN Conference is a place to meet others who have objectives in simulation just like yours and connect with industry-leading experts. 

Learn

Hands-on training & education

You'll experience best practices and hands-on demonstrations that help advance simulation training programs across all healthcare disciplines.