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Simon Wilson, a Melbourne GP, has created a new blog relating his experiences with mobile simulation in and around his GP practice. He’s taken lo-fi sim to the next level! Take a look here
Andrew Jacques, an old colleague of the mobilesim team, has set up an in-situ sim program at Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust. Andrew has shared their first few scenarios – with a promise of more to come! See our scenarios … Continue reading
The team at the Austin Hospital in Melbourne are developing a Sim Program for their in-house Medical Emergency Team. In the spirit of FOAMed, they are sharing their scenarios. Click here for the first instalments – and look out for … Continue reading
Check out this group of FOAMEd Simmers! They have a Facebook page you can join where you can download a free on-line moulage book. I had no idea you can simulate so many types of poo.
In the spirit of FOAMed, there are now loads of free simulation scenarios out there for your inspiration. Here’s a few of the best offerings: The Oxford Deanery Scenarios (multiple specialities) The Sim Tech EM Sim Cases Royal College of … Continue reading
Here’s an idea – give out role cards to everyone before a sim scenario listing the tasks you want them to achieve in the first two minutes of a crisis….then see how much more efficiently the team performs compared to … Continue reading
This allows drugs and fluids to be given in real time which enhances realism dramatically. A leak-proof central line / PA catheter can be made using a RIC (rapid infusion catheter): A leak-proof IV cannula can be made with Comfeel dressings: … Continue reading