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The William Maul Measey Institute for Clinical Simulation and Patient Safety (ICS) is an educational facility with two components: a Simulation Center that uses inanimate, programmable simulators to imitate physiologic and clinical conditions and a Skills Center that uses Standardized Patients for both teaching and evaluation. The mission of the ICS is to facilitate the learning of clinical and procedural medicine for all practitioners while promoting patient safety.

Upcoming Events

Mon., 6.16.14 and Tues., 6.17.14

Advanced TRAUMA Life Support® (ATLS®) Program

Developed for doctors by the American College of Surgeons (ACS) and its Committee on Trauma (COT), the ATLS® Program focuses on early care for trauma patients who present a wide range of complex problems. Learn More >>

News

Doctoring course shows med students the importance of strong communication

First-year medical students are quickly immersed in the technicalities of medicine — how the human body works, how diseases affect the body and how they are spread. But at Temple University School of Medicine, future doctors are learning an equally important part of the puzzle: how to effectively talk to patients. Read more >>

The William Maul Measey Institute for Clinical Simulation and Patient Safety now an FLS regional test center

Program Highlights

  • Clinical simulation
  • Clinical Simulation promotes decision-making skills during realistic patient scenarios.
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  • Standardized patients
  • Standardized Patients teach students how to professionally relate to patients when carrying out physical examinations.
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  • Surgical skills
  • Surgical Skills introduces the student to the needs of the surgical patient and surgical procedures.
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