Experience a Medical Simulation at the ISDC - Register Now!

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J. Bradley Morrison
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Experience a Medical Simulation at the ISDC - Register Now!

Post by J. Bradley Morrison » Mon Jul 15, 2013 1:49 pm

"Crisis in the operating room! We need help here."

We have arranged an exciting opportunity for registrants of at the International System Dynamics Conference in Boston to take part in a special event held at the Center for Medical Simulation, a highly realistic clinical environment with an operating room and other patient care settings used for education of physicians and other healthcare professionals. Participants will be thrust onto the front lines of healthcare to take on challenges of patient care and crisis management with a simulated patient.

Thursday, July 25, 2013, 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM.
Location: Center for Medical Simulation (CMS)
100 First Avenue, 4th Floor - Suite 400
Boston, MA 02129
Hosts: Brad Morrison, Ph.D.; Fred Davis, M.D.; Jenny Rudolph, Ph.D.; and John Sterman Ph.D.


Non-clinicians will actually get the chance to care for a patient and experience real-life issues first hand. It's sure to be an engaging experience.
Located near the scenic Charlestown Nay Yard and USS Constitution, CMS is one of the first medical simulation centers in the world. Over its 25 years, CMS has run over two thousand courses and trained thousands of participants using its innovative and challenging scenarios. For more info about CMS, go to http://www.harvardmedsim.org/.

No clinical experience or training is required. Clinicians are welcome.

For more info, about the event, seehttp://www.systemdynamics.org/web.portal?P1488+0

To register, please go to: http://www.timetosignup.com/systemdynam ... heet/17316.

REGISTRATION WILL BE LIMITED TO THE FIRST 12 PEOPLE TO REGISTER.

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