|In Person Labs||In Person Labs +|
|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
Simulation engages the brain, making it a powerful way to learn, practice and perfect cognitive clinical skills.
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.
Students can test their skills in the test-mode simulations and be perfectly prepared for labs & externships.
Simulation, 3D anatomy, video, text and quizzes. Everything students need at their fingertips to learn, practice and test their clinical skills.
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