Simulation-based Research Reporting Guidelines now available

Ready to bring your simulation-based research to the next level?  We are here to help.  INSPIRE and affiliates of INSPIRE…

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Comprehensive Healthcare Simulation: Pediatrics – new Textbook available now!

By the Editors Dr. Vincent J Grant and Dr. Adam Cheng, and an authorship list that encompasses quite a few…

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Save the Date: INSPIRE @ IMSH 2017 at Orlando, Florida, USA. Saturday, January 28

This year:  registration will be through the IMSH website.  Coming soon!     We’ll be working out the details as…

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Profile of Todd Chang- INSPIRE’s “Game Boy”

http://www.chla.org/game-boy Combining a passion for game design and resource management, he set out to develop a game with the goal…

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Slides from IPSSW 2016 Pre-Conf Workshop is here

On May 8, 2016, 4 of us from INSPIRE presented a Pre-conference workshop at IPSSW in Glasgow, UK, on Improving…

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Building Consensus for the Future of Paediatric Simulation

Just published in the British Medical Journal (BMJ) Simulation & Technology Enhanced Learning – the INSPIRE KJ Reverse-Merlin exercise that…

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Learn, See, Practice, Prove, Do, Maintain on a Podcast!

Episode 107 from KeyLime Podcasts, the Key Literature in Medical Education podcast from the Royal College of Physicians & Surgeons…

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Update on Simulation-based Research Reporting Guidelines

We are getting close to providing guidelines on how to report simulation-based research as extensions to the CONSORT and STROBE…

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