The Tulane Center for Advanced Medical Simulation and Team Training gives medical students, residents, practicing physicians, nurses, technicians, first responders and other healthcare providers the opportunity to learn and perfect the latest techniques and best practices for patient care and safety.
An integral benefit of the Sim Center's effectiveness is the ability to take training beyond individual tasks to incorporate team training and multidisciplinary full system training. The real-life environment allows healthcare providers to move as a team through initial assessment in an ER, to procedures in the OR or Labor & Delivery and end with long-term care in the ICU or patient hospital room.
The Tulane Sim Center features 14,000 square feet of real-life environments and meeting space for hands-on training, instruction and skills assessment.
Our simulators and trainers feature high-fidelity technology, such as:
The Center offers a multidisciplinary approach to medical education and research that includes skills/task training, team training, integrated Standardized Patients, surgical and non-surgical simulations, disaster training and emergency and trauma care training, Life Support training and long-term care. The Center also has several faculty who are certified Master Trainers for TeamSTEPPS™ training. The Tulane Center for Advanced Medical Simulation and Team Training sets a new national standard for the education, training and certification of healthcare professionals.
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