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Simulation Background - Aviation provides a good example of how simulation experts and human factors psychologists have collaborated to produce flight simulators that train and measure both technical and human interaction skills. Simulation is a powerful training tool because it allows the trainer to systematically control the schedule of practice, presentation of feedback, and introduction (or suppression) of environmental distractions within a safe, controlled learning environment. With the availability of patient simulation devices like "Sim Man," medicine now has the necessary technology to couple the technical skills training of individuals with the non-technical skills required of teams.

Simulator Training - Our trained simulator facilitators will provide your hospital the necessary support to use simulation to improve patient outcomes. Our training includes high fidelity events in simulation labs, local (in-situation) simulation and low fidelity scenarios in the classroom.

Simulator Curriculum Development - Non-technical skills include communication, teamwork, leadership, planning, mutual support, decision making and situation monitoring. HTT integrates these non-technical skills with traditional clinical skills used in your new or existing simulation programs to ensure you get the most from your simulation investment.