Last week we were joined by nearly 250 of our simulation customers in San Diego at our first National SUN Conference of 2014. Over twenty industry leading experts presented on best practices, tips, tricks and innovations that have brought success to their simulation training programs. Representation spanned each of our core markets from organizations all across North America and the Caribbean.

Of particular note was the strong presence from members of our military as faculty from the Simulation Center at Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton lead the Opening Session Simulation with a scenario designed to train for a humanitarian relief effort. Read more about it in an article written by AJ Heightman, Editor-in-Chief JEMS Magazine.

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Speaker Presentations

Find all speaker presentations from all SUN events in one convenient location! Even if you've never attended a SUN event, you can take advantage of information from industry experts.

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 Building High Performance Teams

Building High Performance Teams to Tackle Sudden Cardiac Arrest

The goal is to give you an introductory experience to how simulation can be used to develop high performance resuscitation teams. We hope to increase your interest in high performance resuscitation so that you will join us in our mission, along with many others who share the same vision, of helping save lives.

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2013 San Antonio SUN Conference

The San Antonio SUN was a wonderful educational event. Want to get Speaker Presentations from all 3 days of the conference?

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About Dr. Dieckmann

Simulation Is More Than Technology - The Simulation Setting

Dr. Peter Dieckmann, Head of Research at the Danish Institute for Medical Simulation (DIMS) - Simulation offers high potentials for learning and other uses. In order to make the best use of the potentials, it is important to optimize the conceptual basis for the use and to help all people involved understand and go by the rules required to reach the specific goal of the simulation event.