Enhance Performance with Simulation
Skills Training with Technologically Advanced Tools
Go Beyond Your SkillsTraining Limitations
When your healthcare, education or public safety organization needs small group active scenario- or skills-based training opportunities, you may face potential limitations, including access to resources or infrastructure, cost, limited time availability, the volume of material to learn and the unpredictability of the clinical environment.
Real world training engagement
Transform Educationand Professional Development
Bioskills of the North East offers a fully equipped independent simulation center for faculty-created clinical scenarios including observation and post-scenario debriefings. At BONE, your students will get real-world practice with a wide range of technologies in simulated environments to develop and enhance their clinical skills. Our goal is to model, teach and practice task-based learning safely, guaranteeing reproducible outcomes.
BONE’s simulation experts provide the faculty development and technical resources that allow educators to deliver their high-quality curriculum. Our team is also available to assist with curriculum development for learners at any stage, from trainees to those pursuing continuing education credits.
PotentialSimulation Center Users
Local Medical Associations or Societies
Local Liability Insurers
Local Healthcare Journalists
Non-Hospital Healthcare Centers
Higher Education (Healthcare-Related Programs)
Emergency Medical Services Practice/Certification
High Schools (Health Profession Courses)
Local Vocational/Technical Schools
Reasons To PursueSimulation With BONE
Local, governmental, regulator, insurer, payor mandates
Earn liability insurance discounts
Replacing traditional clinical hours
Teach and practice difficult skills previously taught through lectures
"The simulation was very well coordinated and thorough. As a new grad, the transition is overwhelming and can be stressful. This was a good experience for getting an idea of common scenarios that could occur in the hospital. It reminded me of why I chose this journey in the first place. Thank you!"