Mission: Bring simulation initiatives to healthcare students and clinical professionals in a coordinated, economical and efficient manner throughout idaho. The isn is primarily a training organization for critical access hospitals (cahs) and ems field personnel focusing on teamwork, clinical skills & systems improvement. It also facilitates simulation faculty and staff development for academic institutions that offer allied health programs.
Programs: In 2017 idaho simulation network had 20 hospital subscribers,5 college/university subscribers,as many as 8 annual sponsors and 13 preferential vendors. The 2017 isn simulation outreach program which focuses on inter-professional simulation- based team training for ems, physicians, rn staff, allied services & flight crews carried out many trainings which covered the following topics: time sensitive emergencies (tse) stemi, stroke & trauma (adult & peds)obstetricsshoulder dystocia(sd); post partum hemorrhage (pph), nrptrain-the-trainersimulation resource team (srt) trainingthe 2017 participants of the above-mentioned trainings were: st. Lukes jerome tse peds trauma/obvalor health/walter knox memorial hospital tse peds trauma/obbingham memorial hospital tse peds trauma/obena conference in jackson hole pediatric simulationnorth idaho college - ob skills workshopkootenai health & anesthesia group sim eventbenewah community hospital srt training & ed support videosin addition, the isn has engaged in other consulting work, such as: assisting in the implementation of the taaac grant awarded to north idaho college; assisted in designing the simulation lab at icom;