ARISE at IMSH
  • chasleff
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    ARISE at IMSH

    by chasleff » Mon Dec 19, 2016 1:50 pm

    Several of our ARISE team will be attending the International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare (IMSH)

    We have a table at the 3rd Annual Spectrum of Ideas Showcase

    Sunday, January 29, 2017
    4:30 - 7:00 PM
    Orlando Ballroom M & N
    Hyatt Regency Orlando Convention Center
    Orlando, Florida

    The general showcase description is
    "The Spectrum of Ideas Showcase will feature the latest in novel interventions for healthcare simulation from around the world, highlighting four key areas:

    • Low Cost Ideas

    • Ideas for Low Resource Environments

    • Cutting Edge High Tech Ideas

    • Technical Modifications

    Come Discover with us and unveil your novel and innovative solutions in this exciting and highly interactive demonstration format. Collectively, the Spectrum of Ideas will highlight the continuum of new ideas in simulation, providing an exciting forum for creativity and innovation, fostering connections among presenters and attendees, inspiring the development of new solutions for healthcare simulation."


    Our accepted Entery to the Showcase:
    "Spectrum Entry #32
    Category: High Tech Idea Entry

    Augmented Reality in Simulation Education (ARISE) (#25477)

    Theresa Jo Meinen, MS, RRT;1 Kimberly Ernstmeyer, RN, MSN, APN-BC2

    1CHIPPEWA VALLEY TECHNICAL COLLEGE, CHIPPEWA FALLS, WISCONSIN, UNITED STATES; 2CHIPPEWA VALLEY TECHNICAL COLLEGE, HIXTON, WISCONSIN, UNITED STATES

    Description: The Augmented Reality Integrated Simulation Education (ARISE) project was developed as part of a federal grant from the Department of Labor. The ARISE project designs healthcare simulations using iPads, QR codes and rich media via the ARIS open-source platform to augment both high and low-fidelity simulation and enhance learner engagement. Join us and interact with this unique advancement to healthcare simulation education.

    Objectives
    1. Augment realism and increase authenticity in healthcare simulation education
    2. Enhance the transfer of knowledge and skills from simulation to clinical practice"


    Anybody else heading that way?
    Charles Leffingwell
    ARISE Serious Game Programmer & Designer
    http://www.ariseproject.com