What are the different course offerings at CMS?
The Clinical Training courses consider both the clinical and behavioral aspects of performance, focusing on crisis management and error prevention. Topics include leadership, teamwork, effective communication, resource management and performance enhancement. Read more about Clinical Training Courses here.
The Institute for Medical Simulation (IMS) serves those who want to develop and maintain high-quality simulation programs within their organizations. Read more about IMS Course offerings here.
Healthcare Adventures offers team-training workshops for healthcare leadership and management teams. Teams can range from 6-12 participants and courses last up to a full day. Read more about HCA Courses here.
Custom-designed courses can be developed according to the needs of your organization. This may include videoconferencing for larger groups, lectures or other formats that meet your requirements. Read more about customized services here.
For whom is each course designed?
The Clinical Training courses are designed for individuals and teams across the healthcare field. Physicians, nurses, healthcare professionals, educators, and leaders have all benefited from expanding their skills and collaboration through simulation. We Regularly schedule courses in anesthesiology, obstetrics and surgery environments. We have clinical courses for a multitude of other specialties which are scheduled upon request.
Institute for Medical Simulation (IMS) courses offer training to directors, principal faculty, and instructors of current or prospective simulation programs. The IMS Comprehensive Courses include a subtrack for simulation specialists and simulation technicians as requested. All participants in the IMS Graduate courses must have completed the Comprehensive Course.
Healthcare Adventures courses focus on leadership and management teams across the healthcare field. Each course is designed to fit the participating team.
How do I sign up for a course?
Does CMS do group tours?
What time should I be there, and at what time will the course finish?
How do I get to CMS?
Are there any hotels nearby?
Do I need to bring anything with me?
When should I expect my CME credits for attending?
Nurses, Midwives, and other healthcare providers will receive a "Certificate of Attendance" with credit hours that may be converted to CEs or CEUs. Please check with your respective State Board or credentialing body for guidance on this process.Back to top
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