Ambulance serves as ideal simulation lab
Paramedics in Ontario, Canada have found their perfect training facility: an ambulance fitted out as a complete simulation lab that enables them to practice medical training in their own special environment. The patient inside is called SimMan.
Read the full article in The Whig Standard.
Paramedics Mark O'Meara, left, and Randy Fowler treat a simulated patient inside Frontenac Paramedic Services' mobile simulation lab, which allows paramedics to practise treating patients under realistic ambulance conditions. Photo: The Whig Standard.