SimulationMan (www.simulationcollective) is thrilled to announce a significant milestone in its journey towards advancing healthcare simulation. We have secured an exciting consultancy contract with the prestigious Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI). This partnership potentially heralds an innovative opportunity in medical simulation, as we embark on a project which requires engagement with clinicians in the UK, US, and Europe.
Why SimulationMan for RCSI?
Our selection for this project underlines our extensive experience and unbridled enthusiasm within the healthcare simulation sector. But what truly sets us apart is the unique background of SimulationMan’s founder, who previously worked as an Operating Department Practitioner in cardiac units. This hands-on experience in healthcare brings a practical perspective that is the bedrock of our approach.
A Wealth of Experience
Our history of collaboration with key industry players in healthcare simulation positions us as a trusted authority. Through numerous successful projects, we have consistently backed innovative solutions and research that have pushed the boundaries of the healthcare industry.
The Exciting Project Ahead
Our partnership with RCSI aims to engage clinicians and learners in healthcare for a critical needs assessment. We seek to understand their learning needs and gather opinions to evaluate whether an idea conceived at RCSI could enhance various aspects of medical training.
Delivering Well-Investigated Reports
SimulationMan’s expertise lies in its ability to provide well-investigated reports. Our commitment to evidence-based research ensures that our solutions are not only innovative but also firmly grounded in thorough analysis. This dedication to comprehensive research is central to our success.
We are honoured to have been chosen by RCSI, which recognises our dedication, experience, and enthusiasm for advancing healthcare simulation. As we set out on this exciting project, we look forward to engaging with clinicians we historically work with and new contacts to understand their views.