4-th Global SimChallenge 2017, Paris, France
2017 Paris SimChallenge Competition results: I place: USA II place: France III place: Poland Tasks for SC 2017 elimination: 1. Patient documentation creation = building the team's representative page 2. Listening to breathing sounds 3. Scenario with 3G simulator Final task 1. Simulated patient scenario with cat suit
------------------- Agenda Wednesday 14 June 2017 15:00 - 17:30 Information + SimChallenge Stage 1, Eliminations
Thursday 15 June 2017 16:00 - 17:30 SimChallenge Stage 2, Eliminations Friday 16 June 2017 11:00 - 12:30 SimChallenge Stage 3, Finals (FB Live streaming) 15:15 - 16:00 SESAM Closing Prize-Giving and SimChallenge closing
For the fourth time this international competition for students of many medical professions will take a place during Annual Meeting of SESAM 2017 in Paris/France.
During this event winners of national medical simulation contests from many different countries will have a chance to compete against each other in challenging and very interesting simulated clinical scenarios.
Teams are expected to be composed of current students of many medical professions, like medicine, nursing, paramedics etc. They will have to manage not only high-fidelity human patient simulators but also some standardised patients (SPs). Each team will be expected to take history, perform a full physical examination and introduce an appropriate treatment to their patients. Apart from this communication, leadership, teamwork and crisis resources management will be evaluated by a panel of an international judges.https://app.webinarjam.net/replay/14062/5b306c8b62/jot/
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II Global SimOlympics 2015 - Global Competition of Student Medical Teams
Global competition of student medical teams
A big success of the Polish Society of Medical Simulation! The 2nd SimOlympics competition at SESAM 2015 in Belfast were organized by Polish team. The Baylor College of Medicine was first and the Kraków Jagiellonian University was second. Congratulations!
PL. Wielki sukces Polskiego Towarzystwa Symulacji Medycznej! Zawody SimOlympics na Europejskiej Konferencji Symulacji Medycznej SESAM 2015 w Belfast zostały w całości przeprowadzone przez Polaków. Z przyjemnością zawiadamiany, że wygrał zespół z Baylor College of Medicine z USA a drugie zajął zespół z Krakowa! Gratulacje!Final was in Belfast 26. June 2015 at SESAM Conference. There are teams from Poland. Ireland, Holland, France and USA competing. 24. June 16.00 – 17.30 SO Stage 1 (Main Auditorium) 25. June 15:45 - 17:00 SO Stage 1 (Main Auditorium) 26. June 10.45 – 12.15 Sim Olympics Final (Main Auditorium) SimOlimpic Games, scope: Games cases involve the entire healthcare team in the management of a critically ill patient. The teams are evaluated on the basis of their communication, teamwork, decision-making, situation awareness, task management and outcomes. It is the perfect opportunity to put your learning into practice! Composition of teams: teams must be composed of a team leader plus three or four team members. All team members must be medical students. Auxiliary personnel will be involved in scenario. Organisers of SimOlimpic 2015: Polish Society of Medical Simulation PTSM Medical Simulation Centre Poznań/ Poland Poznań University of Medical Science
III International Medical Simulation Final Competitions SimChallenge 2016 in Lisbon of Student Medical Teams
SIMOlimpics Final will be in Lisbon at 15-17 June 2016 at SESAM Conference. France Team win SimChallange2016 in Lisbon. There were teams from: France - 1st place Poland - 2nd place USA - 3rd place Moldawia Ukraine Thanks to the all participians and visitors! for pictures albums and videos look in next days on this page. You can add pictures and videos on the right side this page after sign up. -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Lisbon SimOlympic Agenda: Sim Olympics Stage 1. Wednesday – 16:00-17:30 . Sim Olympics Stage 2. Thursday – 16:00-17:00. Sim Olympics Final. Friday – 10:30-12:30 Until now 7 teams take part in SimChallenge 2016.(11.06.2016)For Registration please take contact with 2.Organiser. SimChallenge scope: The simulation cases involve the entire healthcare team in the management of a critically ill patient. The teams are evaluated on the basis of their communication, teamwork, de-cision-making, situation aware-ness, task management and outcomes. It is the perfect opportunity to put your learning into practice! Composition of teams: teams must be composed of a team leader plus three or four team members. All team members must be medical students. Auxiliary personnel will be involved in scenario. Organisers of SimOlimpic 2016: 1. Polish Society of Medical Simulation PTSM 2. Medical Simulation Centre Poznań/ Poland 3. SESAM Conference Society 4. Poznań University of Medical Science
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SFECAE - Conference on Medical Simulation for Students and Young Doctors
We would like to invite you to take part in the Third Conference on Medical Simulation for Students and Young Doctors, to be held April 18-19, 2015. The event is organized by the Centre of Medical Simulation of Medical University of Lublin. The conference includes "Second Run for Health", poster sessions, workshops, competitions SimOlympics, charity collection, a play entitled "Anatomy can be enjoyable 4". Congress schedule
Day 1, Saturday, April 18th 9:00-11:00 Registration, as well as for the “Second Run for Health” ( signing of a declaration ) 11:00-12:00 „Second Run for Health” 14:00-16:15 Workshops 1st round 16:30-18:45 Workshops 2nd round Day 2, Sunday, April 19th 10:00-12:00 Poster session 13:30-14:30 Official opening and an inaugural lecture 14:00-16:00 SimOlympics 14:00-17:45 Charity colletion with guests 18:00 "Anatomy can be enjoyable 4"
Simulator Pacient SimMan 3G (2010)
Simulator Pacient SimMan 3G (2010)
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Team Poland, Lublin - SimChallenge 2017, Paris
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What is Medical Simulation?
Simulation is a training and feedback method in which learners practice tasks and processes in lifelike circumstances using models or virtual reality, with feedback from observers, peers, actor-patients, and video cameras to assist improvement in skills. Computer-based medical simulation provides a realistic and economical set of tools to improve and maintain the skills of health care providers adding a valuable dimension to medical training similar to professional training in aviation, defense, maritime, and nuclear energy. Medical simulators allow individuals to review and practice procedures as often as required to reach proficiency without harming the patient.
Simulation-based Medical Education (SBME) includes several tools and approaches:A full environment simulator is similar to flight simulators used to train pilots. The pilot is immersed in a complete replica of the cockpit environment. In medicine, sophisticated mannequins, known as patient simulators provides health care professionals with a computer-based patient that breathes, responds to drugs, talks, and drives all the clinical monitors in the operating room, e.g., blood pressure and pulse rate. Task trainers provide a simulated subset of functionality, such as how to give a smallpox inoculation or how to insert a chest tube. Computer-based training provides software programs that train and assess clinical knowledge and decision-making skills. Simulated/standardized patients allow students to interact with actors trained to act as patients providing students with valuable feedback on, among other things, bedside manner.
Medical simulation is a cross-disciplinary effort that brings together providers, including nurses, physicians, and allied health professionals across a variety of disciplines with computer scientists, researchers, educators, and human factors engineers. Link to the website: Source of this article