To say 2020 has not gone according to plan is quite the understatement(…)
Blog & Newsletters
IPSS Blog and Newsletters
IPSS Insights is a monthly publication providing valuable news and content to our members. Insights stories are shared on this page each month. Click the image to view the full article.
IPSS welcomes blog articles from our members. Click the button below to submit yours today.
“I” is for INTERNATIONAL, and IPSS strives to bring our collective knowledge and skills to the widest possible audience (…)
Dr. Ades is the medical co-director of the CHOP Center for Simulation, Advanced Education and Innovation, the Director of the NICU Simulation Program at CHOP(…)
IPSS Scenerio Library - Meet the Author
IPSS Scenario Library curates and indexes scenarios from leading resources which have been developed(…)
SESAM Affiliation Highlight
IPSS’ Affiliations Committee forms partnerships with other organizations to support our mission to inspire, grow and lead the global Pediatric Simulation community(…)
IPSSV - Best When We are Together
Over 130 Attend IPSS Virtual Connect and COVID Panel Discussion(…)
COVID-19 and the Evolution of Simulation – IPSSV Keynote Panel Recap
IPSSV Keynote Panel Reflects on Recent Pivots and Long-Term Changes to the Pediatric Simulation Field(…)
Medical Simulation Teaching in Resource-Limited Settings
Even in uncertain times and always in resource-limited settings, medical simulation teaching remains vital(…)
Rebecca Gray is a paediatric anaesthetist at the Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital and University of Cape Town(…)
The IPSS Connection is More Important than Ever
During these extraordinary times, our routines are disrupted, our movement is limited, our workflow is altered and, in some cases, we are in harm’s way, dealing with the COVID-19 crisis at the front line(…)
Working Together to Inspire the Global Pediatric Simulation Community
IPSS’ Affiliations Committee forms partnerships with other organizations, societies and special interest groups to support our mission to inspire(…)
Dr. Jordan Duval-Arnould is an Assistant Professor of anesthesiology and critical care medicine and jointly-appointed to the division of health sciences informatics at the Johns Hopkins University(…)
Problem: I am scheduled to run a scenario based workshop and am struggling to develop and have a team validate one within a limited timeframe(…)
IPSS is proud to announce our keynote speaker, Buddy Teevens. Buddy Teevens is an American football coach working to improve players’ safety by incorporating simulation into his coaching(…)
Ellen Deutsch serves as a Senior Scientist at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) and Adjunct Associate Professor at the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine(…)
IPSSW2020 pre-conference programs, held Saturday and Sunday, 25 and 26 April, will provide opportunities for specialized training with leading experts in these hot-topic areas(…)
Nominate a Member for IPSS Board
Do you know an experienced and dedicated individual who shares a passion for pediatric simulation on an international level? Does this describe you? IPSS is seeking leaders(…)
Fellowship Application Extended
The deadline for IPSS-INSPIRE Pediatric Simulation Fellowship applications has been extended to 31 December 2019(…)
IPSS Community Center
Do you have an issue you want to discuss? Do you need the insight and expertise of fellow IPSS members?(…)
Submit your blog posts here for the possibility of getting them featured on our website! A new blog post will go out each month. All blog post ideas must be submitted by the 20th of each month in order to be featured that following week.
One of the benefits of membership is access to the IPSS quarterly newsletter. This newsletter is a regularly distributed publication of interest to professionals who participate in pediatric simulation.
The IPSS Newsletter reports the latest Association activities and developments in pediatric simulation. Coverage includes a wide range of critical issues in pediatric simulation including education, research and practice.