Last week, I had the pleasure of touring the Johns Hopkins Medicine Simulation Center. This is a training center that uses numerous types of simulations - everything from live actors to mannequin and online sims. As I toured the center, I tweeted a few pictures and some notes, which I am sharing below.
Simulation Center's observation area for proctors.
Looking into one of the Simulation Center's examination rooms from observation area.
Simulation Center's Operating Room
Simulation Center Mannequin. They breathe, move, bleed, have a pulse, specific medical issues, etc. (the center has 20 total mannequins).
Programming the Simulation Center's Infant Mannequin
Infant Mannequin - These can also be delivered from a female mannequin including simulating a multiple births.
The Simulation Center is an extremely impressive training center and I was very pleased to have the opportunity to get a tour. You can learn more about the center at the following link - Johns Hopkins Medicine Simulation Center.
I think a raychem ptc could also help you out for faster simulation of the center you're planning to implement and to establish. You could actually use several techniques in promoting this kind of developments in the future.ReplyDelete
I am not implementing a simulation center. I was just writing about one I had toured, but thanks for the suggestion.