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ASA Simulation Database

From: ASA Urgent Communication
Sent: Thursday, October 13, 2005 1:50 PM
To: 'Quinlan, Joseph';
Subject: ASA Simulation Database
Importance: High

Medical simulation has become an important tool for training and
educating physicians and promoting patient safety. Anesthesiologists
have been in the forefront of efforts to bring the benefits of medical
simulation to our colleagues and patients. The ASA Workgroup on
Simulation Education has developed a database to inform our members of
simulation resources (such as simulation centers and equipment vendors)
which may be of interest to them. This database is searchable and
provides links to individual simulation centers and vendors. Members
must be logged in to use this database.

You are receiving this email because you have been identified as the
leader or contact person for either a simulation center or a simulation
equipment vendor, and we are inviting you to enter information about
your center or company and its offerings into the ASA Simulation
Database. You can enter information which will be included in a
listing at the following URL:

Simulation centers should list data for each of the types of courses
that they teach. Vendors should list data for each type of equipment
which they offer. All listings are subject to review and approval by
the American Society of Anesthesiologists. We anticipate announcing
the availability of this database to our members in the very near

We look forward to your participation in this venture.

Joseph J. Quinlan, MD
Simulation Registry Subgroup Leader

Michael Olympio, MD
Chair, ASA Workgroup on Simulation Education