One Million Lives: A Laerdal Podcast

Posted on February 21st, 2024

Dr. Barry Issenberg, recently shared profound insights on the future of patient simulation in One Million Lives, a Laerdal Podcast. In this podcast episode, Dr. Issenberg delves into the evolving landscape of patient simulation and its critical role in healthcare. For healthcare professionals eager to explore the transformative potential of patient simulation, this podcast is a must-listen.

Presentation at CEU 2023

Posted on March 28th, 2023

Gordon Center’s Director of Prehospital and Emergency Training Division, Dr. Ivette Motola, will participate in CEU 2023, next April 1, 2023, in Florence, Italy.

The Italian emergency medicine congress gathers professionals from all scientific societies, organizations, and Italian institutions which train pre-hospital and emergency medical personnel. CEU 2023 aims to provide a platform for medical professionals to share knowledge and promote innovation in the field of emergency medicine. As a renowned expert in the field, Dr. Motola will deliver a presentation on ASLS – Advanced Stroke Life Support – and the role of simulation in medical education.

Gordon Center Annual Report 2021

Posted on February 19th, 2022

Our 2021 Annual Report is now available! Join us in looking back and learning about our plans going forward.

Virtual/Remote Simulation to Complement Face-to-Face Learning in the COVID Era and Beyond

Posted on February 1st, 2021
The Gordon Center will be hosting a virtual learning lab during this year’s IMSH conference. On January 20th from 2-3PM EST, we will discuss:
  • Hybrid Courses: Dr. Ross Scalese
  • Tele/Virtual Objective Structured Clinical Examinations: Ms. Samantha Syms, MS, CHSE
  • Transitioning Courses from In-Person to Other Formats: 
    Dr. Ivette Motola & Mr. Al Brotons, EMT-P
For more information or to register for the live session, CLICK HERE.

Please also join us at our exhibit in the IMSH Delivers Virtual Industry Hall that will be open every Wednesday from January 20th through March 31st.
View full schedule.