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Preparing Emergency Medicine residents for obstetrical emergencies

A full day of multidisciplinary training at our Centre brought together faculty and learners from obstetrics and gynecology, emergency medicine, neonatology and nursing.

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Dr. Gerald Fried 

We are pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Gerald Fried as Associate Dean, Education Technology and Innovation, and Director of the Steinberg Centre for Simulation and Interactive Learning (SCSIL), both positions within the Faculty of Medicine, effective January 1, 2020.

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Supporting family caregivers

Our workshops aim to educate caregivers and provide them with the necessary resources to turn to in the community for support.

Upcoming workshops:

February 27, 2020 (Workshop 101 in English)

April 9, 2020 (Workshop 101 in French)


The Advanced Modular Manikin™ …sometimes, it is all about the technology!

Discussing the benefits of crowd-sourcing healthcare simulation development with Dr. Robert Sweet, 15th Annual Flanders Family Visiting Professor in Medical Simulation.

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Using simulation to accelerate medtech innovation

We are using simulation to optimize Aifred Health’s clinical decision aid tool for family doctors and psychiatrists who treat depression.

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Test your clinical innovation at the Simnovation Hub

Our virtual hospital environment provides an ideal space for MedTech companies to design, develop and test innovative health care products and technology.

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Using simulation to address social justice issues in health care

How can health care providers help to identify, treat and advocate for victims of human trafficking?

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Hearts were pumping on World Restart a Heart Day

McGill leads the largest public awareness initiative in Canada

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Steinberg Centre for Simulation and Interactive Learning


Inspiring world-class simulation-based education, research and innovation to provide the best possible health care to the communities we serve.


To employ simulation in a health care context, focused on the education of health care professionals, patients and the public, in a sustainable learning environment, to maximize the delivery of safe and high-quality clinical care, underpinned by intellectual discovery through ground-breaking research and innovation.