SimforHealth offers an immersive, interactive and collaborative approach to the training of health professionals, in line with the ethical concept.
SimforHealth creates and markets customized solutions for digital simulation teaching, aimed at medical students and at health professionals in continuing education.
SimforHealth helps with patient management via virtual consultations, which rely on a range of methods and technologies including 3D real-time simulators, serious games, virtual reality, mixed or augmented reality.
Working alongside health education establishments, company is developing immersive, interactive and collaborative teaching tools.
Being stimulated in one’s learning by a virtual patient and by questions, allows learning to be more active, more fun, and easier to memorize. Sharing facts and ideas advances everyone’s knowledge.
At the cross-roads of all these principles, digital simulation is, for SimforHealth, the missing link between theory and practice, and is a complementary learning method which should find its place in both initial and continuing training programs.
SimforHealth wishes therefore to be the partner of choice for healthcare stakeholders, to build with them the future of training via digital simulation.
Enhance patient safety through healthcare medical simulation
Role playing clinical cases allows learners in graduate or continuing education to develop, refine, and apply knowledge and skills in a realistic situation. By interacting with patients and objects in a situation close to everyday life, digital simulation improves critical thinking, acquisition of automatisms and clinical decision-making skills.
Learners will be immersed as a Doctor in the ER, taking care of a patients suffering chest pain. Main objective is to carry out a diagnosis, confirm it by making full examination and set up appropriate care. Beyond the clinical theory that the student should display, the immersion also forces him/her to manage the stress lead by the emergency situation and the patient’s critical evolution. Thanks to virtual reality, the learner can apply his theoretical knowledge and transform it into skills to understand clinical reasoning in an emergency situation. The exsufflation procedure to treat the pneumothorax pathology, and the monitoring and global handling of the patient are also considered as learning objectives.