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Reflections on emergency pediatric care. Part 2/2

After working for fifteen years in the engineering sector, I realized that all of my hard work became nothing more than a dusty stack of CD-ROMs on a government official’s bookshelf.

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Reflections on emergency pediatric care. Part 1/2

As the oldest in a family of six, caring for children and infants was part of my upbringing. This native comfort level was helpful when I became involved in EMS during high school and college. Working as a cardiac surgical ICU nurse in the 1980’s.

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Groundbreaking pediatric training tour uses VR to improve emergency care for children by rural ems providers

New education with VR training from Health Scholars to help rural Florida EMS agencies maintain critical pediatric emergency skills

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Health Scholars launches NIST-funded study of VR pediatric emergency training for EMS

Health Scholars, recognized for voice-directed virtual reality (VR) clinical training, today launched a study to assess the value of VR training among emergency medical services (EMS) personnel in three Colorado fire districts.

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Health Scholars and the American Academy of Pediatrics partner to develop pediatric emergency vr simulation training for first responders.

The new VR applications will provide a remote, scalable way for first responders to practice properly assessing and providing care during a pediatric emergency.

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Health Scholars and CareerCert team up to improve patient outcomes through virtual reality training

Expansion of online training will include virtual reality assisting medical departments in ACLS training.

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Health Scholars announces a $1m in grant funding for surge provider training to help combat COVID-19

Health Scholars, the creator of the first ever virtual reality (VR) Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) training announces a $1M in grant funding for surge provider training to help combat COVID-19.

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Best practices for disinfecting your VR headset.

Virtual reality is the most effective way to train your medical team. And it’s especially valuable now, when people are looking for ways to keep their skills up without gathering too close together in a classroom or in high-fidelity simulation scenarios.

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Health Scholars raises $17m in Series B funding.

Funding will be utilized for expansion of clinical training simulations and virtual simulation technologies.

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Health Scholars wins IMSH SIMVENTORS showcase

At the 2019 Society for Simulation in Healthcare annual conference Health Scholars shared a sneak peek of a new VR title for Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) simulation training and competed in the IMSH SimVentors Showcase.

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Medical education and simulation: predictions for 2019

As 2019 begins, we’re reflecting on what we learned last year and the trends and insights that will drive changes in clinical training in 2019.

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Seven ways to tell if your medical education & training program is future ready

Healthcare organizations continue to evolve, and with constant change comes new challenges and opportunities.

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Fire in the OR™ evidence brief

This paper discusses the major training challenges professionals face in scaling fire in the OR training to cover large provider populations across health systems

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Fire in the OR™ virtual reality simulation now available

Healthcare systems can now safely simulate surgical fires and more effectively train clinicians on patient fire safety with Fire in the OR™ Virtual Reality Simulation

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Health Scholars has launched Pediatric Emergency Care™

New VR training from Health Scholars and the American Academy of Pediatrics aims to help EMS saves children's lives.

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The 'Why’ and ‘How' of virtual reality clinical training

Your guide to digitally transforming provider practice and assessment

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Winners of the digital health innovation award from Juniper Research

Health Scholars recognized for innovative VR-based clinical training of hospital and emergency medical service providers to enhance patient safety

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