SimOps 2022

SimOps 2022

In-Person
The Greater Cincinnati Area
July 20-22, 2022
St. Elizabeth Training and Education Center (SETEC)

 

And, if you are unable to join us in-person...

 

SimOps Delivers 2022

Virtual
Live Stream of Keynotes (July 21 & 22)

  • Virtual Prerecorded Sessions (Available July 20, 2022 – October 20, 2022)

Host Site

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3861 Olympic Blvd, Erlanger, KY 41018


Click for Address and Directions: 3861 Olympic Blvd, Erlanger, KY 41018


Accreditation Statement

The Society for Simulation in Healthcare (SSH) will deliver professional development opportunities for interprofessional healthcare teams working to improve the practice of healthcare through simulation-based education. This mission will be accomplished through the provision of interprofessional continuing education (IPCE) activities designed to improve both individual and team performance in simulation.

Interprofessional Continuing Education (ICPE) Mission Statement

The Society for Simulation in Healthcare (SSH) will deliver professional development opportunities for interprofessional healthcare teams working to improve the practice of healthcare through simulation-based education. This mission will be accomplished through the provision of interprofessional continuing education (IPCE) activities designed to improve both individual and team performance in simulation.


DISCLOSURES

No relevant financial relationships disclosed by planners or presenters of this Interprofessional Continuing Education (IPCE) educational activity.

SimOps 2022

 

SimOps 2022 will be offered in two convenient formats:

1. Live In-person - Join us in the beautiful greater Cincinnati area, July 20-22, 2021 at St. Elizabeth Training and Education Center (SETEC).

and, if you are unable to join us in-person...

2. Virtual Conference - SimOps Delivers: can’t attend live? join us online for SimOps Delivers!


New Limits No Boundaries

The SimOps 2021 Planning committee selected the theme, “New Limits No Boundaries,” to represent the call to action all simulation operations specialists (SOS) in the field of healthcare simulation answered in the wake of the pandemic. The myriad challenges and burdens simulation centers and schools faced during the pandemic placed us all in similar yet different situations. We not only had to adapt but anticipate potential barriers while ensuring everyone’s safety.

As we continue to navigate the still arduous path out of this pandemic, we must remember that we are not alone. It is only together that we can achieve progress and provide solutions to the challenges our field faces. And with each challenge answered, we can continue to expand the field of healthcare simulation to “new limits.”

By shining a light on the accomplishments of fellow SOS, we hope to inspire others to continue to pursue the infinite possibilities for their professional development. The planning team encourages the SOS community to submit content highlighting creativity and innovation within our field. The theme provides SOS an opportunity to showcase their “no boundaries” approach and display the immeasurable contributions that make to the simulation team.

William Garrison BHS RRT - ACCS
Respiratory Educator – Simulation Lab
St. Elizabeth Health Care
Organizational Development & Education
Erlanger, KY

Tracie (Barbour) Knight, CHSOS
Clinical Simulation Specialist
Maine Medical Center
Hannaford Center for Safety, Innovation & Simulation
Portland, Maine

Mark Zuniga, BA
University of Incarnate Word
Simulation Operations Specialist
School of Osteopathic Medicine
Center for Interprofessional Experiential Learning and Observation (CIELO)
San Antonio, Texas