neosim AG
autonomous lung simulators

 ESPNIC neosim grant winners

2019

2019

Reinis Balmaks MD Assistant Professor, Department of Paediatrics, Riga Stradins University Consultant, Intensive Care Unit, Childrens Clinical University Hospital, Riga, Latvia (right) with the baby lung simulator LuSi and neosim CEO Josef X. Brunner (left)

Project Improvement of Neonatal Resuscitation Outcome Through Simulation in Latvia


Funding opportunities

5'000 Euro research grant with ESPNIC
The intent of the grant is to provide support for young and talented physicians in their early career in the field of neonatal intensive care with focus on Simulation Based Continued Education (postgraduate). The research activities undertaken shall be with the active contribution of the applicant. The award will be announced at the General Assembly during the Annual Congress.
ESPNICgrant2018_19.pdf (711.77KB)
5'000 Euro research grant with ESPNIC
The intent of the grant is to provide support for young and talented physicians in their early career in the field of neonatal intensive care with focus on Simulation Based Continued Education (postgraduate). The research activities undertaken shall be with the active contribution of the applicant. The award will be announced at the General Assembly during the Annual Congress.
ESPNICgrant2018_19.pdf (711.77KB)

Learning tools

TestChest Physiological Model
This booklet describes the physical representation of the physiological models built into TestChest®. The information provided herein is intended for clinicians who wish to exploit the full capabilities of TestChest® and is not intended to be a textbook of physiology. In order to make the physiological models of TestChest® feasible, some simplifications were necessary. These are explained in the text.
TestChest Physiological Model Rev1.pdf (1.61MB)
TestChest Physiological Model
This booklet describes the physical representation of the physiological models built into TestChest®. The information provided herein is intended for clinicians who wish to exploit the full capabilities of TestChest® and is not intended to be a textbook of physiology. In order to make the physiological models of TestChest® feasible, some simplifications were necessary. These are explained in the text.
TestChest Physiological Model Rev1.pdf (1.61MB)

Business Administration Tools

Determining Simulation's ROI through Rigorous Outcomes & Financial Analysis
Lisa Barker and her team have assembled an impressive hands-on method to evaluate and document the worth of simulation to administration and financial decision makers. Published by permission.
ROI workshop 2017.pdf (8.6MB)
Determining Simulation's ROI through Rigorous Outcomes & Financial Analysis
Lisa Barker and her team have assembled an impressive hands-on method to evaluate and document the worth of simulation to administration and financial decision makers. Published by permission.
ROI workshop 2017.pdf (8.6MB)
A Framework for Determining the Return on Investment of Simulation-Based Training in Health Care
Provides a framework to measure Return of Investment of a simulation centre.
BukhariJHelathCareOrg2017.pdf (279.33KB)
A Framework for Determining the Return on Investment of Simulation-Based Training in Health Care
Provides a framework to measure Return of Investment of a simulation centre.
BukhariJHelathCareOrg2017.pdf (279.33KB)
Task Simulator Evaluation Tool (T-SET)
The Irish Centre for Aplied Patient Safety and Simulation has developped this comprehensive tool intended for simulation administrators.
TSET CC PDF.pdf (116.24KB)
Task Simulator Evaluation Tool (T-SET)
The Irish Centre for Aplied Patient Safety and Simulation has developped this comprehensive tool intended for simulation administrators.
TSET CC PDF.pdf (116.24KB)
Evaluation tool in MS-WORD for customization
Published by approval of the ICAPSS
Tset CC word.docx (45.72KB)
Evaluation tool in MS-WORD for customization
Published by approval of the ICAPSS
Tset CC word.docx (45.72KB)

 A sincere THANK-YOU to the following contributors of the support tools:

  • Paul Pribaz from Jump Simulation, Preoria, USA
  • Bronwyn Reid McDermott from NUI Galway, Ireland