In our 2022 Annual Report, you will read about some of our forward-looking programs that are advancing simulation and training, with the ultimate goal of ensuring better health and the best patient outcomes. One example is our new Advanced Stroke Life Support (ASLS®) Blended Learning program, launched last spring in partnership with the American Heart Association. This innovative program is off to a great start and we have trained hundreds of learners across the United States. Additionally, our team advanced our telemedicine partnership with the Coral Gables Fire Department and also developed a new community paramedicine curriculum that promotes an innovative model of community-based healthcare. These are only a few examples of the achievements and notable moments we are sharing with you in this year’s report.
Thank you to all of our supporters and partners for their tireless work in 2022. And thank you, the reader, for your interest in our Center and the work that we do.
S. Barry Issenberg, M.D.
Gordon Center for Simulation and Innovation in Medical Education
University of Miami Miller School of Medicine