Tag: Health Care Simulation


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UTHSC CHIPS to Host Town Hall on Role of Simulation in Health Equity

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The Center for Healthcare Improvement and Patient Simulation (CHIPS) at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center will host a town hall February 22 to explore the role of simulation education in helping learners provide equitable health care. The event, titled “The Power of We,” will be held from 1 to 3 p.m. in the… Read More


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New CHIPS Leader Drawn by Excellence in Simulation at UTHSC, Looks to Future

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Tara Jackson Lemoine, DO, came to the University of Tennessee Health Science Center to lead the Center for Healthcare Improvement and Patient Simulation (CHIPS) on the Memphis campus, as much for the state-of-the-art facility, as for the outstanding staff members who operate it. “The building is beautiful, and it is a standout, but I think… Read More


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Poverty Simulation Provides an Immersive Educational Experience for UTHSC Students

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More than 100 students participated in a poverty simulation staged recently by the Office of Student Affairs and Community Engagement at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center. The simulation was designed to help students become better caregivers by learning about and understanding some of the issues their patients may face in accessing health care.… Read More


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UTHSC Hiring People to Play Role of Patients in Simulation Trainings for Health Care Students

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Every year, the University of Tennessee Health Science Center produces hundreds of health care professionals ready to begin seeing patents. In their training, every one of them has practiced caring for people who are paid to act out specific roles or conditions. Simulated patients, or SPs, are adults, 18 and older, who portray common conditions… Read More