Welcome to the Maimonides Center for Clinical Simulation
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the Maimonides Center for Clinical Simulation
Our simulation scenarios cater to health care staff in training, as well as to seasoned professionals for continued skill development and multi-disciplined collaborative team training.
The Center utilizes high fidelity robotic mannequins and a variety of task trainers (i.e. laparoscopic surgery trainer) to improve patient safety through practicing in an immersive and risk free environment. The simulation center at Maimonides serves as a unified interdisciplinary training center that addresses the realities of practice and patient care.
Our mission is to:
- Provide immersive and simulation-based educational programs for health care staff throughout Maimonides Medical Center
- Provide immersive and simulation-based training for pre-hospital emergency services
- Create a unique interdisciplinary training environment where health care staff from all professions work collaboratively to foster professional excellence, teamwork and error reduction
- Create a safer environment for patients by using simulation and ultrasound technology in the training, assessment and credentialing of trainees in resuscitative, invasive and surgical procedures
- Research and develop new immersive and simulation-based educational programs
- Establish a leadership role in pioneering new technologies and methods for medical education and patient safety
Our training modalities include:
- High fidelity mannequins to foster prompt identification of serious illness, sound clinical reasoning and action, inter-disciplinary collaborative team-based care, and certain procedural skills in a zero-fault environment.
- Partial task trainers to develop and maintain specialty-specific skills such as endotracheal intubation, routine and difficult deliveries, umbilical artery cannulation, intravenous line placement, laparoscopic surgery, endoscopy, colonoscopy, cardiac catheterization, retinal procedures, bronchoscopy, ureteroscopy and other invasive procedures.
- Compact ultrasound systems and tissue phantoms to allow trainees to learn and practice safer ultrasound-guided techniques for invasive procedures, such as thoracentesis, paracentesis, vascular access and regional anesthesia.