Current External Articles Related to SSH
How to Use Multichannel Marketing to Achieve Conference Growth, June 2018
MEMBERSHIP HACK: SOCIAL AMBASSADORS, October 2017
Healthcare Simulation Research Helps Lower Risks, Keep Patients Safer
Modern Healthcare Special Supplement on Healthcare Simulation, June 2017
Glimpsing the Future of Nursing with Simulation, May 12, 2017, USA Today, Media Planet special edition on “Investing in Our Nurses.”
IMSH 2017 Conference Report; Issue 2, 2017, Medical Training Magazine.
IMSH Press Clips
TATRC Participates in World’s Largest Medical Simulation Conference
Medical Simulation Confab Displays Hot Market
By Dana Bartholomew
Los Angeles Business Journal
Friday, January 19, 2018
How Medical Professionals Use Simulators To Train For Emergencies
KCAL-TV, Los Angeles
January 13, 2018
The purpose of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare is to serve a global community of practice enhancing the quality of healthcare.
SSH seeks to improve performance and reduce errors in patient care through the use of simulation. Established in 2004 by professionals using simulation for education, testing, and research in health care, SSH membership includes physicians, nurses, allied health and paramedical personnel, researchers, educators and developers from around the globe. SSH fosters the improvement and application of simulation–based modalities such as human patient simulators, virtual reality, standardized patients and task trainers.
Recognizing that simulation represents a paradigm shift in health care education, SSH promotes improvements in simulation technology, educational methods, practitioner assessment, and patient safety that promote better patient care and can improve patient outcome.
A major venue for advancing simulation in medicine is the International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare (IMSH). A precursor to IMSH was the first Society for Technology in Anesthesia (STA) meeting with simulation as the focus in 1998. In January 2001, the First International Meeting for Medical Simulation (IMMS) was held. This became the International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare with an official name change in 2007 to reflect the diversity of SSH.
- Publishes Simulation in Healthcare, the leading multidisciplinary publication encompassing all areas of applications and research in healthcare simulation technology.
- Offers the SSH Accredited Program, which provides an intensive, customized evaluation of simulation programs worldwide. There are currently 65 accredited simulation programs from seven countries and 10 provisionally accredited programs from three countries.
SSH Media Kit / Brand Guidelines
Please download the latest copy of the SSH Media Kit / Brand Guidelines below.
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SSH Brand Guidelines.pdf