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Introduction to Promoting Clinical and Communication Skills
Medical teams from Israel and around the world come to MSR to participate in simulation based training programs to improve their clinical and communication skills.

This experiential form of training enables a participatory, structured and safe learning experience that is video-taped and debriefed, with immediate feedback given to the participants, and without placing patients at risk.

The training approach applied at MSR makes extensive use of a wide range of simulation approaches, and integrates both individual and team training.

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Introduction to Promoting Clinical and Communication Skills
Medical teams from Israel and around the world come to MSR to participate in simulation based training programs to improve their clinical and communication skills.

This experiential form of training enables a participatory, structured and safe learning experience that is video-taped and debriefed, with immediate feedback given to the participants, and without placing patients at risk.

The training approach applied at MSR makes extensive use of a wide range of simulation approaches, and integrates both individual and team training.

For more information, please click
https://eng.msr.org.il/ws
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Research and development is a large function of the clinical simulation center and revolves around the validation and exploration of the use of simulation in medical education, and the development of simulators that serve a specific instructional purpose in the training of physicians and clinicians.

Ongoing research includes the validation of high, medium, and low fidelity simulators for task and system level training in medical procedures, the uses of simulators for individual and team performance training, the effects of simulation on the selection and acceptance of high fidelity clinical equipment, the uses of virtual reality simulated environments for clinical practice, the impact of simulators on clinician training outcomes, the use of simulators for evaluations and assessment of clinical skills, and the influences of simulators and task trainers on clinical outcomes and patient safety.
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Research and development is a large function of the clinical simulation center and revolves around the validation and exploration of the use of simulation in medical education, and the development of simulators that serve a specific instructional purpose in the training of physicians and clinicians.

Ongoing research includes the validation of high, medium, and low fidelity simulators for task and system level training in medical procedures, the uses of simulators for individual and team performance training, the effects of simulation on the selection and acceptance of high fidelity clinical equipment, the uses of virtual reality simulated environments for clinical practice, the impact of simulators on clinician training outcomes, the use of simulators for evaluations and assessment of clinical skills, and the influences of simulators and task trainers on clinical outcomes and patient safety.
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The Murad S. Dalah / National Education Center for Health Professions
The Chaim Sheba Medical Center,
Tel Hashomer 52621, Israel
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For a Safe, Humane, Ethical and Patient-Centered Medical Culture

MSR employs advanced simulation-based training modalities that enable healthcare providers to effectively improve their clinical and communication skills, thereby creating a safer, more ethical and humanistic, patient-centered culture of treatment.

MSR is a world leader in Simulation-Based Medical Education (SBME) and patient safety training. Simulation modalities – whether sophisticated robotics, surgical simulators or role-playing actors – are uniquely effective for training and assessing the core skills of medical professionals across the healthcare spectrum, without placing patients at risk during the process. As a pioneer in the medical simulation field for over a decade, MSR is now an acknowledged leader in a growing network that is transforming medical education and risk management in Israel and worldwide.

As Israel’s only national multi-modality, interdisciplinary simulation center, MSR is authorized to conduct mandatory courses and regulatory licensing exams in various clinical fields. Since its establishment in 2001 by Prof. Amitai Ziv, at the Sheba Medical Center, MSR has trained and tested over 19,000 healthcare professionals in over sixty diverse training programs.

Training at MSR reinforces clinical proficiency, teamwork, communication and other essential skills critical to patient safety. MSR’s simulations of extreme and challenging medical scenarios are presented with sufficient fidelity to achieve suspension of disbelief in trainees, delivering a highly effective cognitive experience.

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Developing simulation-based examinations conducted at MSR - Board Exams are conducted at MSR for residents specializing in Anesthesiology, Adult and Pediatric Emergency Medicine, and Radiotherapy, in collaboration with their respective professional associations. MSR also conducts registration exams for all specialized nurses in Israel in collaboration with Israel's Ministry of Health, Nursing Division, and the certification exam for paramedics, in partnership with Magen David Adom.

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Technology Unit Services

MSR’s Technology Unit is responsible for a variety of technologies that support MSR’s pedagogic, training and audiovisual debriefing systems.

The unit provides consulting and technical support for all of MSR’s units, and supplies technological solutions that improve and enhance the authenticity of the various simulation scenarios.

The unit also supports MSR’s distant learning system, and develops new technologies that keep MSR positioned at the forefront of the simulation field. MSR’s motto regarding technology is that it is the methodology that leads and guides technological solutions and not the inverse.

At its core, MSR maintains a sophisticated multimedia system that operates in parallel with its advanced simulation systems.
Technology Unit Services

MSR’s Technology Unit is responsible for a variety of technologies that support MSR’s pedagogic, training and audiovisual debriefing systems.

The unit provides consulting and technical support for all of MSR’s units, and supplies technological solutions that improve and enhance the authenticity of the various simulation scenarios.

The unit also supports MSR’s distant learning system, and develops new technologies that keep MSR positioned at the forefront of the simulation field. MSR’s motto regarding technology is that it is the methodology that leads and guides technological solutions and not the inverse.

At its core, MSR maintains a sophisticated multimedia system that operates in parallel with its advanced simulation systems.
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How You Can Support MSR

MSR, the Israel Center for Medical Simulation is a unit of the non-profit Research Infrastructure Development and Health Services Fund at Sheba Medical Center, Tel Hashomer. Fees charged for simulation-based training services cover MSR's operational costs. However, MSR is dependent upon philanthropic grants to support development of infrastructure, new technologies and simulators.


To find out more about supporting MSR’s mission, please contact Kim MacMillan.
Email: kim.macmillan@sheba.health.gov.il
Mobile: +972-52-6667075

How You Can Support MSR

MSR, the Israel Center for Medical Simulation is a unit of the non-profit Research Infrastructure Development and Health Services Fund at Sheba Medical Center, Tel Hashomer. Fees charged for simulation-based training services cover MSR's operational costs. However, MSR is dependent upon philanthropic grants to support development of infrastructure, new technologies and simulators.


To find out more about supporting MSR’s mission, please contact Kim MacMillan.
Email: kim.macmillan@sheba.health.gov.il
Mobile: +972-52-6667075

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Research and development is a large function of the clinical simulation center and revolves around the validation and exploration of the use of simulation in medical education, and the development of simulators that serve a specific instructional purpose in the training of physicians and clinicians.

Ongoing research includes the validation of high, medium, and low fidelity simulators for task and system level training in medical procedures, the uses of simulators for individual and team performance training, the effects of simulation on the selection and acceptance of high fidelity clinical equipment, the uses of virtual reality simulated environments for clinical practice, the impact of simulators on clinician training outcomes, the use of simulators for evaluations and assessment of clinical skills, and the influences of simulators and task trainers on clinical outcomes and patient safety.
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