Multi-Disciplinary Simulation-Based Education

IPSS promotes and supports multi-disciplinary simulation-based education,
training and research among all subspecialties.

Who We Are

IPSS is a global community of pediatricians, neonatologists, pediatric nurses, educators, and other allied health professionals from over 30 countries, all dedicated to improving the care of infants and children worldwide through multi-disciplinary simulation-based education, training, and research.

We strive to bring the knowledge and skills we have gained to the widest possible audience, and welcome all healthcare professionals who care for children and infants regardless of where you practice, for we truly are IPSS Global.



Since our first meeting in Stockholm, Sweden in 2007, IPSS membership has grown to span the globe.

Become a Member

The IPSS member community contributes to a global voice supporting continued research, training and implementation of simulation-based pediatric care. Members help support our mission and future IPSSW meetings by demonstrating strong representation for our field, which enhances sponsorship and other means of support for our society.

  • Other benefits of IPSS membership includes:
  • Exclusive member discounts on IPSSW
  • Online member portal
  • Members-only media
  • Leadership opportunities

The International Pediatric Simulation Symposia and Workshops – IPSSW

Our annual meeting – IPSSW – is the worlds largest meeting dedicated exclusively to pediatric and perinatal simulation, bringing together clinical care leaders in the field of pediatric simulation with educators, researchers, and patient safety experts. We gather as professionals from around the globe to support and facilitate the improvement of pediatric healthcare through simulation.

IPSSW provides us the opportunity to expand ideas, broaden horizons, and promote excellence in education and investigative research. As a global organization, we welcome all healthcare professionals who care for children and infants, regardless of where you practice.

Publications in Pediatric Simulation for July 2018

We collect the titles of the most current publications on pediatric simulation from both the PubMed and CINAHL indexing systems and present them here for the benefit of the simulation community. Check back every month to see what’s been published in the field.

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