Under the leadership of the UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences SIM-ND brings highly trained medical educators to all reaches of the state. SIM-ND is an unique program that delivers standardized education to every pre-hospital and hospital emergency care team in the state. A cooperative collaboration with the states largest health systems provides the nurses and paramedics the ability to deliver the emergency care education.
Learners will experience low frequency-high mortality encounters, the critically ill and injured patients in a safe setting allowing for repeated practice with feedback.
The tools for teaching are high-fidelity computerized mannequins that talk, breathe, have heartbeats, and can react to medications and other actions of the learners. They can die and be revived over and over again. Their goal is to improve emergency care skills of our providers.