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Simulations help students to be better prepared, while saving costs and increasing value from lab time

SIMTICS simulations enabled over 350 schools to rapidly transition to online instruction in 2020

 

Better skills performance, more feedback and lower cost

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Skills Development  Much of in person lab time is spent waiting for a turn and passively watching someone else.   Students get more practice than they would with an in-person lab. On-demand repetition also helps students build skills quickly and retain knowledge longer.
Cost High cost structure for lab space, equipment, consumables, staff and maintenance.   More cost-effective than in-person labs. Save money through less wear and tear on equipment and lower consumables usage.
Ease of Access In-person lab time is limited and caps student practice time.   Easily accessible - literally anytime and anywhere, as often as needed.
Real Time Feedback Instructors have limited bandwidth to provide real time feedback for every student. Feedback is primarily subjective.   Objective, real time formative feedback while learning. Plus detailed, summative performance feedback for both students and faculty.
Confidence Students often suffer from performance anxiety when performing a procedure for the first time in a lab or clinical setting.   Students who work with SIMTICS simulations have much higher confidence levels when they actually have to complete a new procedure in a lab or clinical setting.

 

Learn by doing. It's the smarter way.

Learn Short

Learn by doing

Simulation engages the brain, making it a powerful way to learn, practice and perfect cognitive clinical skills.

Practice Short

Practice and improve

Web-based, so learners can practice as often as they want and track progress while they learn, to ensure they reach competence.

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Self-testing

Students can test their skills in the test-mode simulations and be perfectly prepared for labs & externships.

 

Testimonials

  • Brian Dickens, MBA PhD
    Medical Assisting Program Director, Florida
    This product is AMAZING. Reasonably priced and superb customer service. SIMTICS is great for visual learners and reinforces critical thinking. We are using it to aid our Medical Assisting and Sonography classes, for skills check off, and as an adjunct to externships.
  • Dr. Noel Alonso
    Co-Course Director, Physical Diagnosis, College of Osteopathic Medicine, NSU
    Using SIMTICS in conjunction with a lab or simulation center makes things much more efficient, much more streamlined. Students are able to better invest their hands-on time in discussion of cases, and application of the procedures. They can hone and perfect those skills in the lab, as opposed to us having to start from scratch with them and losing valuable face-to-face time doing that.
  • Shelly Holt
    MA Program Director, Chattahoochee Valley Community College
    In lab, some students quite unsure of themselves but they may not voice those feelings. And when you have only one instructor, if they can’t practice the procedures first, it takes a lot more one-on-one time with them. Often I had to stay back or open the lab up again. SIMTICS has cut down on that. Students are prepared and arrive with knowledge from using the simulations. And after the lab is over, they still have access. They can go back to SIMTICS and refresh their skills, especially when it’s time to go to preceptorship. My students absolutely love it.
  • Christine Hollander, CMA (AAMA), MA, M.Ed
    Purdue University Global
    The challenge for teachers, especially with remote instruction, is helping students visualize what they need to do. With SIMTICS, students can step through and mentally rehearse procedures, making decisions along the way. They can practice as much as they want, where they want, so when it’s time to work in the clinic, they know what to do.
  • Dr. Eric Goldsmith
    Assistant Dean for Clinical Affairs, College of Osteopathic Medicine, NSU
    The students get to learn about a procedure and practice it virtually before they do the hands-on time. They can build on that knowledge in the hands-on session. Importantly, faculty are able to track what the students are doing, whether they've completed each assignment or not, and whether they've achieved a level of competence.
  • Barb Westrick
    Program Director, MedCerts LLC
    I can confidently say that our students in allied health programs are successfully using SIMTICS. This cloud-based resource is an excellent way to practice clinical skills with eLearning.

Choose from over 180 clinical procedure simulations

Build healthcare skills. Anytime, anywhere.

Simulation, 3D anatomy, video, text and quizzes. Everything students need at their fingertips to learn, practice and test their clinical skills.

  • Virtual learning
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  • Progress tracking
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