Johns Hopkins Hospital Simulation Center

Convergent Technologies Design Group New York, Inc. (CTDGNY) has been asked to provide audiovisual system electronics with associated supporting infrastructure, access control/video surveillance systems electronics design services for the Johns Hopkins Hospital (JHH) Simulation Center Project located in Baltimore, MD. The Simulation Center is designed to support the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine student curriculum as well as the patient safety needs of the faculty and staff of JHH.

Healthcare simulation is used to train for teamwork, to train for emergencies, as a method for skills training for novices, to evaluate competency, and for investigating human performance. It can also be used to test new procedures for safety, for human factors testing, and as a research method. Simulation is becoming increasingly important for novice healthcare trainees, as well as for seasoned clinicians to maintain clinical competency and be trained on new and innovative approaches to patient care.

Baltimore, MD
Washington, DC

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