Pediatric Emergency Medicine Receives Grant for Simulation Technology

The Pediatric Emergency Medicine Department has been awarded a grant worth more than $50,000 by the Federal Emergency Medical Services for Children (EMSC) Program to purchase a pair of high-fidelity manikins for education at the UW Health Simulation Program. The SimNewB (high-fidelity newborn simulator) and Gaumard pediatric simulator (high-fidelity and portable simulator) will offer exciting and innovative neonatal/pediatric emergency educational opportunities for providers both within UWHealth and throughout the state of Wisconsin.