Healthcare simulation is a safe space where new skills and techniques can be practised and perfected before dealing with real patients.
Learners can review their knowledge, reflect on their performance and improve.
It's equally as important to reflect on the teaching and learning that is happening in our scenarios, in order to ensure the quality of Simulation Based Education (SBE) is of a consistently high standard.
Scenarios pieced together on the fly are unlikely to meet the learning objectives for the session and risk creating inconsistencies when it comes to quality.
Well-planned simulation scenarios, that are reviewed frequently allow you to:
But all of this takes time.
iRIS, the simulation authoring software is the ideal tool that allows you to do all of this and more.
Intuitive and easy to use, Core iRIS gives you the power to design your own simulations and collaborate with others in your department and the wider simulation community.
Sim & Skills with Alex Clark and Phil Purver from iRIS, signing our new partnership deal.
This innovative approach allows you to put your students in charge of their learning with greater potential for self-directed study.
It also allows you to scale your simulation and use it to solve the student placement capacity problem.
As part of Student Powered Simulation, we are pleased to be able to offer you StudentSim by iRIS.
StudentSim gives students the power to develop their own simulation scenarios.
Allowing students to take control of their own learning by:
With the StudentSim software, you can support your students throughout the design process and check they are making progress.
Join our virtual event on 27th September to learn how you can use Student Powered Simulation and StudentSim in your teaching.
Find out more about iRIS and StudentSim: