COVID-19 Simulation Resources

BCSN has compiled and created the following collection of resources to aid in facilitating and running COVID-19 simulation learning experiences.  Our colleagues at Simulation Canada are also maintaining a list of resources that can be accessed.

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BCSN COVID-19 Simulation Guide BCSN 4.37 MB 387 downloads

Updated April 2nd 2020

This document was created to provide support and considerations to ensure successful planning, implementation and follow up of COVID-19 simulations.

We thank you for downloading our COVID-19 Simulation Guide and hope that it has contributed positively to your COVID-19 response. Please take a brief moment to share the impact that the guide has had on your efforts.

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BCSN Pre and Post In Situ Simulation Safety Checklist BCSN 131.85 KB 504 downloads

This checklist should be used prior to and after an in situ simulation to assure safety.

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BCSN Protective Measures for Simulation in the Covid-19 Era BCSN and CICSL 157.72 KB 16 downloads

This document informs simulationists on ways to employ protective measures which increase the safety of events during the Covid-19 era.

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COVID 19 scenarios from www.emsimcases.com 0.00 KB 287 downloads

The following link will take you to COVID 19 scenarios posted and shared on www.emsimcases.com.

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In Situ Healthcare Training Sign 92.12 KB 250 downloads

The following signs can be printed and displayed while running your in-situ simulations to inform the public, non-participating staff, and anyone else who may be concerned about the events unfolding around them.

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Simulation Canada COVID-19 Resources and Links 0.00 KB 124 downloads

The following page is another list of resources and tools being updated by Simulation Canada.

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Simulation Summary Interior Health Simulation Program & BCSN 858.89 KB 478 downloads

This fillable PDF can be used after a simulation session to provide an overview of the session and the learning points from the debrief that can be shared with the participants, leadership and/or others from the department/team who could not attend.