Simulation 2017-12-12T10:52:31+00:00


The vision for the Coastal Simulation Program at LGH is to lead an accredited Regional Simulation Program with the staffing expertise and wide range of innovative equipment to support patient care improvements across all professional groups, and within patient care teams. Application of Simulation and its’ potential impacts are to:

  1. Improve communication and care processes within care teams
    Opportunity for interdisciplinary care teams to practice unusual and difficult scenarios, so that they are better prepared for these events, gain clarity on roles, and practice specific skills to improve patient care processes and outcomes (e.g. mock codes, anaphylactic reaction, etc)
  2. Improve Clinical skills within professionals/students groups
    Opportunity for professionals/students to practice skills before trying them on patients, or to improve existing skills
  3. Potential to support Rural and Remote Care
    Opportunity for teams to run simulations and debrief specific adverse events, to identify areas for improvement for future events (risk management and mitigation)
  4. Research new care and technologies
    Can use the simulation environment and/or equipment to test new equipment or care processes prior to introducing into the clinical environment


For clinical employees.

Simulation Conferences

Simulation Learning Strategies Workshop

June 4 @ 8:00 am - 4:00 pm

Simulation Learning Strategies Workshop

June 5 @ 8:00 am - 4:00 pm

SIM-one Courses