Introduction to IMSH 2024

Introduction to IMSH 2024

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The IMSH (International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare) conference serves as an invaluable platform for simulationists, encompassing professionals from diverse fields like healthcare, education, technology, and beyond. As IMSH 2024 approaches, the benefits for simulationists are abundant and diverse, fostering a collective environment for growth, innovation, and collaboration.

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Firstly, IMSH offers a fertile ground for networking and collaboration. Simulationists, whether seasoned veterans or newcomers, have the opportunity to interact with peers, exchange ideas, and establish connections that can spark new projects or collaborations. This interaction transcends boundaries, merging insights from various disciplines and fostering a holistic approach to simulation in healthcare.

Moreover, IMSH conferences are hubs of knowledge dissemination. Workshops, presentations, and panel discussions cover a spectrum of topics, from cutting-edge simulation technologies to novel teaching methodologies. Simulationists can delve into these sessions, gaining insights into the latest trends, research findings, and best practices. This knowledge empowers them to enhance their own simulation programs and educational strategies.

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Hello, everybody, and welcome to Simulation Nation. Today, we are going to be talking about all things IMSH

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2024. Well, I just love the intro music because it does get you go and get you jazzed up. Yeah. I go over to far sighted. Everyone should be excited. Here we go.

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So the party at IMSH 2024. So this conference is taking place in January, as it always does. This is the big international meeting for all of health care and simulation. So this is the big conference of the year. I feel like this is one of the most inclusive. Has a lot of different disciplines, a lot of people that work in a lot of different areas.

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And so I think that it’s always really exciting to go and see the different perspectives and the different topics that are going to be covered.

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Yeah, and I definitely enjoy going. I could never have afforded to be able to go when I was a faculty member because we just didn’t have enough professional development. So it’s not for everybody, but it is definitely the place to go, especially to see all the new things that are happening. The exhibit hall lets people love to come in and just even walk the exhibit hall.

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So really looking forward to seeing everyone there at IMSH 2024.

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And if you are not able to attend, Avkin will be doing live each day to kind of highlight the different things that are going on and just kind of be able to summarize the different presentations, what’s happening on the exhibit hall floor, but just being able to kind of talk about the excitement and what’s happening. So that’s also an option if you are not able to attend yourself.

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Yeah, you catch it from afar.

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Yeah. We will be discussing more for the in-person. There is also a virtual option for those that are going to be attending virtually but not able to attend in person. You are able to do that through SSA website as well where you will get access to the presentations. Yeah.

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And they list which ones are going to be virtual, which ones are.

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Yep. And that is all on their website.

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Yep, yep, yep. It’s going to be exciting time.

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So for those that are going to be arriving, there is a bit of insider information that I think is great to be able to share with the general public. But for those of you that will be flying in, there is a service called flier that does connect the airport to downtown San Diego and has stops right by the convention center.

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So if you have a hotel that’s right by there, it’s a much more affordable way. You don’t have to worry about traffic. Not to worry about anything like that. For us, we usually arrive with about 15 suitcases, so that’s normally not an option for us to take that public transportation. But you just have your own luggage. I highly recommend looking at it, especially depending on when you’re arriving just because traffic can be very frustrating in that area.

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There can be a lot of congestion. So is it a.

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Train or a.

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Trolley or. Yep. It’s a it’s just public transportation to be able to get around the airport down to the main areas. And they do have stops for that as well. So it’s called flier. I do recommend looking that up if you feel like that’s a good option for you.

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And that the conference area is pretty much in the downtown area.

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Yes, it’s right outside. Right outside Gaslamp District. Yeah. Yeah. And that’s the nice part with San Diego is number one, we’re going to get some nice weather in January, which is fantastic. Yeah. For us here in Delaware, it’s going to be really nice to be able to get out there and have.

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Some SS H always picks good spots as far as sunny and.

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warm. Yeah, in January. Yeah, for sure. So that’s really nice. Those of you who are already in California, maybe take that for granted a little bit, but those of us here on the East Coast where it will be very rainy and cold, will very much appreciate that. A break there.

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As well as most of the United States. Yeah.

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So most of the festivities for IMSH will be kicking off on Saturday. There is the diamond ball that’s going to be happening on Saturday evening where people can sign up for that. I do believe it is free if you are registered for iMessage.

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No, I think it’s an extra charge. But if you are new Chessie or c h s OS or Jessie A or c h s OSA. I believe they are invited for free, but I’m not 100% sure. It’s just historically that’s been what it is. There’s an extra pay check in that out. Just go check it out. That is now I’ll get it.

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So that is an option to be able to look into being able to attend the presents Diamond vault. That is usually a really fun event where people can go and mingle and network. I have heard that that is a really great time. I have not been able to attend, but I have heard that that is kind of the historic.

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Lots of pictures and fun things coming from those. Yeah, And typically they have some things that are kind of like when it was in New Orleans, they would have like the little masks and saying things like for photo booth and stuff like that.

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Yeah. And then the next night, I believe, is the opening reception

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in the exhibit hall. So that will be great to have everybody there for that. And that is one thing that is really great about IMSH. Just our food is always really good. So that is exciting that they’ll have some different options for that opening reception as well.

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Yeah, even post COVID, a lot of places had good food before COVID and then since then it’s kind of gone downhill. But as I say, just stuck to the good food and we are at booth 617 so please come see us in the exhibit hall in booth number 617. We’re really excited. We’re kind of in that main row, which is an upgrade for us.

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And we’ll be doing demonstrations. We will have the simulation as totes as well as a new tote that we will be going out this year that will have some different options. So if people are interested and we will also have simulation stickers, so we have different stickers that have different sayings, but we’ve actually like custom designed these and have these for things that are kind of funny or that other simulation is would appreciate that we really like to be able to hand out and give away at our booth.

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Yeah, and I think that obviously the stickers are specific to simulation, but a lot of people are putting them on their laptops and things like that.

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Also, I just found apparently when you register, as long as you’re not a one day pass, you can actually register for the diamond ball.

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That’s what I thought. Yeah, I thought that that’s what I read was that you are able to. yeah. So as long as you’re registered you can attend the diamond ball.

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Yes. As long as you pay to go to IMSH and it’s not on a one day pass.

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And I get to go.

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So the other really cool thing about San Diego besides the beautiful weather is that there are some really cool, iconic things to see. So Balboa Park has the San Diego Zoo, which is supposed to be one of the most amazing zoos. So if you’re looking to do some sightseeing or get out, I think Balboa Park is one that would really be hugely beneficial to go see.

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And then the beaches, which they’re probably a bit of a distance from the main drag. But I, I, I think that they say La Hoya is supposed to be really beautiful. I know that there’s a Navy shipyard in that area that is supposed to be super scenic

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and just a lot to take in. And then, you know, the downtown area, what is it called, the Gaslamp District?

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Is that what you said that is? I remember it being absolutely stunning the last time we were there for IMSH. It’s just a really nice area to walk around and enjoy. And if I remember correctly from the conference area, space does not hotels that are directly connected to it. It’s really you know you have to.

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There one that’s right next to it. I don’t believe they’re connected because I think the convention center are so big that I don’t know if they’re connected or not.

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So bring your walking shoes because you will be walking around probably quite a bit unless you did. You are fortunate enough to get right next to that hotel. I think that it is the area is really nice and and in the you know in that Gaslight Gaslamp area and I think that there is also, if I’m not mistaken, but there’s a chocolate factory in that area too.

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So who doesn’t love New York Delis Chocolate. I believe that there’s they’re down there in San Diego.

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And then do you wanna talk about some of the restaurants that are that are must sees or must eat because I think there would be lots of opportunity for that. I think lunches are in the exhibit hall.

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But I mean, usually those are out for a while, typically between anywhere from 11 a.m. to one, just depending on the day, sometimes a little later. But I know that that’s the general time they’ll have that Sunday, Monday and Tuesday that all the lunches will be in the exhibit hall. And then you have the president’s diamond ball, that is on Saturday.

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And then on Sunday they have the reception. But looking at some other options just for meals, there is a place called Juniper and Ivy. So this is actually Richard Blaze’s restaurant in San Diego. It’s very close to the convention hall, but it’s supposed to have fantastic food. It looks like a beautiful place to go. They do a lot of seasonal ingredients.

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And again, I think that it’s just a it’s kind of a one of those restaurants that are really cool and very unique to the San Diego area.

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Yeah. And then another one is in the area is called George’s on the coast, and it’s got really nice, beautiful ocean views. So, you know, I think that they they say that like the fresh seafood is really, really good there. So I highly recommend that again maybe you can you check that one out love seafood so yeah

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And then is there any Mexican I think that peso queso is close by and it is, you know again top tier but probably a little bit more affordable.

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San Diego is expensive just by name in general. So pocket change is going to be more like dollar bill change because they they do definitely do a a high premium as far as charges go.

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The blind burro is supposed to also be very good for Mexican food as well. I know that they have like a rooftop and things like that. So that’s always fun to to be able to go and do that.

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So the exhibit hall is open after the opening plenary on Sunday at 1230, and it goes all the way until Tuesday at 2 p.m.. Yes. So it does close earlier that IMSH does. I think IMSH closing ceremonies is actually on Wednesday. But if you are interested in going in the exhibit hall and checking us out at 617 or checking out the other vendors, you need to do that before Tuesday at 2:00.

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Yeah, and I think that’s the exciting thing with iMessage and they’re really highlighting it this year is anyone who has something new or a new product, they are doing some exclusive highlights for people who are releasing products, and I think that’s really cool, what I must say. Why? Well, sorry, what iMessage does in terms of really trying to get the newest technology there and the newest innovations.

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And they really do work with companies and their corporate sponsors to promote that. And so I think that’s also really exciting as an attendee that as you’re walking the exhibit hall, you’re going to be seeing things for the first time, the first things that are released. You’re going to have that knowledge. These are ways to be able to really set your program up, to stand out with some of the newest innovations and things that are coming out.

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And again, I think that that is just something that is really beneficial. So come with that mindset. I think that just in general, SASE does a great job of having that as a concept of that. You know, the corporate members are also partnered along with us as they age. We’re not just sponsors. We’re not just there to do that, but we are there, as you know, to help promote and to work together.

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And I do think that that’s just something important, that people are aware that as vendors, we really are just there to show the newest innovation in technology and being able to walk the floor I think is always an exciting thing. There is partners like 3B so iSimulate is a part of 3B as well as life test. We work with life casts for the experts at being able to incorporate their full term baby.

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And then we also work with iSimulate for their fetal heart monitor. We want to work with them so they’re located right behind the press box and so they’ll have a big boost there. And IMSH I know that there’s some other main players like obviously the normal Gaumard, CAE, Laerdal will be there, things like that.

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But what I also want to encourage people is there are a lot of smaller booths in the back in IMSH, so we are lucky enough to be one of the front people.

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But I said we’ve like we’re moving on.

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Up, but just understand that there are people that have a lot of innovative ideas. There’s a lot of new people that come in there in those ten by ten smaller booths in the back. Just walk around and listen to some of the new things that are coming out. I think that sometimes it’s really easy to stop at the main sponsor, the bigger booths, the things that are flashy are, but there also are a lot of really good ideas at those smaller booth.

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So people coming out and I think this is usually the place where you’re able to see some of those things where people are coming for the first time to really show off their different ideas.

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Yeah, and we were there once too. So we understand we, we actually decided to start our company at IMSH 2015. Yeah. We were we won the poster competition for first place first prize for technology and innovation. Had no idea I was entering competition and we, we decided based off of the feedback that we got from everybody at the conference and we brought our little prototype and got lots of feedback and comments.

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And then for the next year or so, we were still in that back area. So support those people with innovation technology. We you know, we know what that’s like and know that we’d love we’d love to just get feedback. I mean, it doesn’t necessarily have to be that you’re ready to purchase it. Just tell us what you think about what’s happening.

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So I would say that I also have one more shameless plug.

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I am going to Deb Tauber from Sim Cafe wrangled for other entrepreneurs and I will be presenting on a panel discussion with her on Tuesday, the 23rd at 2:00 and the title of that presentation is ‘Growing Simulation and Entrepreneurial Journey and A Tale of Five Thought Leaders.’

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So she thinks of me as a thought leader. I like to think of myself as a thought leader. I don’t know about that, but come check us out at two. On Tuesday, the 23rd.

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and then just some of the other keynote presentation that will be happening. I know that there are four main presentations going on. Yeah, the one that I’m most excited about is that there is the creative director, and innovator from Disney, that will be there talking about different creatives and different opportunities for being able to bring things to life.

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I think that’s really exciting and I would be really interested to hear what he has to say and talk. Talk more about.

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That. Yeah, and the chat apps plenty. Arie is a motivational speaker and it’s all going to be on leadership. So again, I think most of us in simulation are leaders. I don’t think there’s anybody that’s not. And so I encourage you all to attend that one, check it out and see what he has to say. He looks really, you know, again, great concept, great thoughts.

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And I’m sure it’s going to be amazing.

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All right, everybody. Well, if you are going to be on.

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IMSH 2024

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Four, stop by Booth 617. We’d love to see you and leave in the comments what you’re excited for for IMSH.

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