Quality of care and patient safety remain key drivers in the consideration of healthcare educational needs. In response to this, medical simulation training continues to gain acceptance across a variety of disciplines.
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Be sure to obtain support from leadership. Running a simulation center is not a one and done deal. It's not possible to just invest once, build the place, and hope it goes on forever. Simulators need maintenance. Medical advances occur every day. The field is ever-changing and to be successful, leadership must understand this prior to the initial investment and document their intent for ongoing support, both philosophically and financially.