High-Emotion Neonatal Simulators
1 out of 10 babies are born premature and require some form of neonatal care.
Determined to improve these outcomes, neonatologist Dr. Jens-Christian Schwindt founded SIMCharacters in 2012:
“Our mission at SIMCharacters is to improve the quality of care for critically ill preterm and newborn babies by advancing the realism and effectiveness of training simulators.”
The SIMCharacters team know that creating High Emotion Simulation requires understanding and empathy towards the teams, families, and Neonatal Units caring tirelessly for their little patients.
With that in mind, Sim Characters developed their first preterm simulator Paul. With his birth, they took the next step towards a brighter future for medical simulation and creating safer pathways of care for premature babies.
SIMCharacters have set themselves the goal of sustainably improving the quality of care for critically ill children worldwide by developing highly realistic simulators.
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