A 2011 report from Pediatric Emergency Care shows that repetitive pediatric simulation training allows pediatricians to gain and retain necessary knowledge and skills. Pediatricians are able to enter into real life diagnoses and operational procedures using simulators, gaining proficiency with ever-developing medical technology.
Children's hospitals across the United States and Canada are readily adapting new simulator training practices. In April 2012, the Alberta Children's Hospital was given a $500,000 donation to develop a new pediatric simulation lab. Cincinnati Children's Hospital in Ohio has also been innovative in their use of simulated patients.
Educators agree that simulators are included in best practices today. The Center for Advanced Pediatric and Perinatal Education relies heavily on medical simulators for advanced training in a variety of scenarios.
New technologies are making huge breakthroughs in the medical field. Repeated training using simulators is useful for pediatricians, and it is important to find a company that can provide custom software development to extend training beyond the medical table.
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