We SEE simulation differently:
Safety * Effectiveness * Efficiency

IN THE SPOTLIGHT

Hong Kong Transport Program

In September 2016, CAPE’s Director, Lou Halamek, MD, and Associate Director, Nicole Yamada, MD, traveled to Hong Kong to serve as the lead instructors for the Neonatal Emergency Transport Simulation (NETS) Program for the Accident & Emergency Training Centre (AETC) at Ruttonjee and Tang Shiu Kin Hospitals of the Hong Kong East Cluster.  


Moscow, Beijing Teams Train at CAPE

Since 2014, CAPE has worked in conjunction with the China Maternal and Child Health Association to provide biannual Simulation Instructor Program training for Chinese obstetricians, neonatologists, pediatricians, and anesthesiologists.


2016 June News:

CAPE's Simulation Specialist, Julie Arafeh, received the Award of Excellence in Education during opening ceremonies at the AWHONN National Convention on June 12, 2016.


Redesigning Healthcare is Key Topic

A recent grant to improve maternal and neonatal patient safety converges with design and simulation expertise on Stanford's campus. 


Mission:  Control

On a quest to improve safety and efficiency, one hospital is taking a cue from NASA's Mission Control and developing a hospital operations center.