Simulation is an integral and essential component of medical education. At St. Barnabas Hospital, we use mannequin-based simulators during clinical scenarios. Case-based simulations allow trainees to remain highly engaged and practice during interactive kinesthetic learning.
In addition to resident-speciﬁc training, our simulation team develops and executes regularly scheduled department-wide simulation cases – allowing our entire team of physicians, nurses, and technicians to practice simulation-based learning and build teamwork skills.
Our Simulation division provides a robust longitudinal curriculum over the course of the academic year for residents. Simulation sessions take place during both conference and dedicated times on off-service rotations.
ultrasound guided femoral nerve
blocks on “Ultrasound Day”.
Our residents have routine exposure to training in the simulation lab which includes sessions that focus on topics of Emergency Medicine Critical Care which incorporates a number of procedures, while also serving as an assessment of procedural competency.
during a simulation management
of a cardiac tamponade.
involving the full healthcare team.
2017 ALL BRONX SIM WARS CHAMPIONS
The SBHEM residency participates annually in the ALL-BRONX Sim Wars and the ALL-NYC SimWars.