Montana State University Northern (https://www.msun.edu/) Partners With SIM-MT, powered by Best Practice Medicine, to better prepare and train their nursing students. Simulation in Motion - Montana helps bring hands-on state of the art medical simulation training to communities across Montana.
After going through SIM-MT's mobile simulation lab, students from Montana State University Northern (https://www.msun.edu/) give their thoughts and feedback about the experience. Simulation in Motion - Montana, powered by Best Practice Medicine, helps bring hands-on state of the art medical simulation training to communities across Montana.
News station https://ktvh.com/ covers our medical simulation training to the team at Montana Medical Transport in Helena, MT.
News station https://ktvh.com/ covers our training of Butte, MT’s MedStart Camp high school students. Students interested in pursuing a medical career were exposed to everything from putting on a splint to clearing the airways by using the high-tech SIM-MT mannequin. Montana has a shortage of EMS professionals so more and more organizations are working to encourage students towards the much needed and rewarding field of Emergency Medical Services.
News station https://kbzk.com/ reports on the Simulation in Rural Healthcare Conference, 2018, held in Bozeman, MT. This state-of-the-art simulation program travels everywhere it's needed, particularly in rural communities, providing life-saving medical training and techniques using special realistic mannequins to enhance the experience. Among the attendees was Simulation in Motion - Montana, a Bozeman based non-profit run by Best Practice Medicine, made possible by funding from the Helmsley Charitable Trust.
If you ever took a CPR class and found the old Resuci-Annie CPR dummies a little...creepy, the idea of a medical mannequin that can scream at you, move its eyes and deliver a moving baby may seem like the stuff of nightmares, but such a simulator provided important and realistic training for members of the Lincoln Volunteer Ambulance last weekend. READ MORE
The River Press reports "First responders and EMTs from around Chouteau County participated in a refresher course directed by Kevin Box and Amber Olson from Best Practice Medicine (BPM) at the Memorial Ambulance of Fort Benton last weekend, Dec. 1 and 2..." READ MORE (Continued on p.3)
CALS Rural Emergency Medical Education reports "Last week we offered a 3-day CALS course at Providence St. Joseph Medical Center in Polson, MT. This was the pilot program integrating the Best Practices Mobile SIM Lab into the Obstetrical Deliveries portion of the course. It was a great success and very well-received by all. We look forward to continuing our relationship with Best Practice Medicine..." READ MORE
Central Montana Foundation & Medical Center Foundation reports "...60 local EMS, RNs, Medical Assistants, Respiratory Therapists and ER physicians were recently able to take part in three days of simulation training. The Helmsley’s Simulation in Motion program brings life-savings tools and training via mobile simulation to emergency medical responders across Montana…" READ MORE (Continued on p.5).