Let's Get Together…

The University of New England’s Clinical Simulation Program is holding it’s first official Users Group Meeting on April 10th at 9am in Blewett 022. Bring your coffee ’cause we’ll have coffee cake! Without giving away our whole plan, suffice it to say Cynthia and I have worked up an engaging presentation for you. The program is coming up to it’s 4th spring semester of operation and it feels like we should celebrate!

Some (but not all) of the items we’ll be touching on at the Users Group Meeting:

-iChatting in the simlab.
-Scenario development.
-Updates on latest sim happenings.
-Training updates.
-New cases to share.
-Logo ideas.
-Policies.
-The website.
-The Sim Log.
-Users ideas and feedback.

Touch me!
The goal of the meeting is to get everyone up to speed with where we are now and where we are going. We’ll also discuss the ins and outs of the next set of meetings and the focus of each one.
Please let us know if you can’t make it so that we can forward you a CSP packet. Send and e-mail to clinsimpro@une.edu


Masking “Stan”!
Simlink:
An enlightening read -
LifeFlight of Maine now has a METI ECS simulator and are using him to train doctors, nurses, EMTs and first responders. If you have a few minutes look around on the LifeFlight site and check out their simulation setup. They have a mobile training center. Very cool.

*Okay, that’s it for now. See you at the meeting!
Todd Dadaleares

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