Center for Simulation and Research

  • Train With Us

    Course Descriptions

    Our center offers a variety of classes and can work with your team to develop training specific to your individual needs. Training can encompass all areas of simulation center operations; from healthcare administrators to healthcare providers, educators and simulation specialists. Contact us today to design a program specific to your educational needs.

    Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

    Contact hours for nursing will be awarded through Cincinnati Children’s. Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center (OH-046/ 9-1-12) is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Ohio Nurses Association (OBN-001-91), an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

    Cincinnati Children’s is approved by the Ohio State Board of EMS to offer CE Programs under Section 4765-17 of the ORC. Accreditation No. 1238.

    Course Availability

    All courses can be set up and offered by request on a case-by-case basis. Minimum enrollment is required to hold each course. Contact the center for pricing.

  • Our Expertise

     First pediatric simulator purchased.
    Dedication of 6,000-square-foot Simulation Center.
    Air Force CSTARS teams begin utilizing the center for pediatric resuscitation training.
    Human Patient Simulator introduced into PALS classes.
    Trauma team beings multidisciplinary training.
    Simulation program begins a period of growth.
    First Emergency Department InSitu.
    ECMO simulation-based training initiated.
    First Operating Room InSitu.
    Dedication of 13,000-square-foot Simulation Center.
    Intensive care unit InSitu training initiated.
    First unannounced hospital-wide code.
    Simulation used for new-facility testing prior to the opening of Liberty ED.
    Cafeteria InSitu: First unannounced hospital-wide code outside of a patient care area.
    Simulation used for new-facility testing prior to the opening of West Chester Medical Center.
    Mary Patterson, MD, Med, President of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare.
    The Simulation Center continues its work of multidisciplinary lab and in situ training.