The Center for Simulation and Research at Cincinnati Children’s is one of the largest simulation and education facilities in the region. We have a vast array of simulation learning modalities to develop innovative learning opportunities, and our expansive facilities allow us to reach learners across our institution and in our community.
Our Center has more than 35 high-fidelity patient simulators, including adult, child and toddler, newborn and preemie. The diverse range allows for tremendous flexibility in designing curricula.
The simulators create real-time responses to critical injury or medical interventions. They feature realistic airway, pulmonary, cardiovascular, metabolic, and neurological systems. Additionally, simulators can be programmed to display a wide range of physiologic conditions and symptoms to create dynamic training for healthcare professionals.
Our low-fidelity simulators include intubation heads, CPR manikins, lumbar puncture, IV insertion, TraumaChild, and specialized trainers such as a tonsillar hemorrhage.