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A podcast for Simulationists by Simulationists hosted by Amy Cowperthwait CEO, RN, MSN, CNS, CHSE-A and Megan Weldon, CHSE. Simulation Nation is here to make simulation as simple as possible. We know the headaches that you are seeing in your simulation center and we want to help alleviate problems by giving you guides on simulation writing, moulage, standardized patients, new technology and more!
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A podcast with your hosts Linz and Chris. Investigating the unknown, unexplained and unbelievable. From alien balls to the going price for a human arm, we have the answers if you have the questions. Cases of true crime, unsolved mysteries, the unexplained, paranormal and much more!
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The Center for Medical Simulation

Center for Medical Simulation

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DJ Simulationistas… Sup? is the flagship podcast of the Center for Medical Simulation in Boston, Massachusetts. Janice Palaganas and Dan Raemer, CMS faculty and thought leaders in the field of healthcare simulation, discuss the pressing issues in the field, interview expert guests, tell jokes, and dissemble on a variety of topics. Subscribe today for a new episode every week! Available on iTunes, Soundcloud, or wherever podcast babies come from. Founded in 1993, the Center for Medical Simula ...
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Beyond The Simulation

Anthony Richmond

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The "Beyond The Simulation" podcast is about updating your biological software(mind) through thought provoking conversations from an outside of the box(simulation) prospective. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/beyondthesimulation/support
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Simulation Radio Live

Simulation Radio

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A new age requires a new shock jock. That's where we come in. Viral news, radio segments, listener reactions, and you may even learn a thing or two. No promises. Filter? Unlikely. Listen LIVE Thursday evenings at 8:00 PM Eastern on Twitch and YouTube: youtube.com/simulationradio twitch.tv/simulationradio
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This is a Simulation

This is a Simulation

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We're two friends here to have unconventional discussions about life, the universe, and everything in between. Hopefully these conversations will expand your mind and make you think about everything you thought you knew a little differently. You can find us all on Instagram at @jduquality, @etherealtrinty, and @jonathanvizionary For business inquiries, email us at thisisasimulationpodcast@gmail.com
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The Healthcare Simulation Middle East Podcast

HEALTHCARE SIMULATION MIDDLE EAST

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The Healthcare Simulation Middle East Podcast provides insights, updates, and discussions on healthcare simulation. Listeners can expect to hear discussions on simulation-based education, research, technology, and best practices in healthcare simulation. The podcast also provides healthcare professionals, sim ops specialists, educators, and researchers a platform to share experiences, insights, and knowledge with the broader community. The podcast aims to foster collaboration and innovation ...
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Colonial America and Classroom Simulations

Christy G. Keeler, Ph.D.

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This podcast was developed as part of an elementary-level Clark County School District Teaching American History Grant. The three-year grant funds six modules per year with each module focusing on a different era of American history and a different pedagogical theme. This podcast focuses on Colonial America and Classroom Simulations. Participants in the grant are third, fourth, and fifth grade teachers in Clark County (the greater Las Vegas area), Nevada. Teaching scholars include Drs. Micha ...
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Today we focus on Tarantino's later films, which I consider to be everything after Kill Bill Vol. 2 My guests are Spendo, who was on the first episode, and Isaac Simpson, who has been on this show three times before and has his own excellent podcast, which I've appeared on several times, The Carousel. Become a paid subscriber on my substack and get…
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This week's conversation is about the upcoming INACSL 2024 conference in Raleigh, North Carolina. Joining us this week is INACSL President, Desiree Diaz, and Conference Planning Committee Chair, Sabrina Cook. In this episode, we talk about the importance of collaboration and growth within the organization, the tagline of the conference, which is 'C…
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This week we talk about Hollywood going to bat for Kevin Spacey, then we get into Sam's strange week, which included Bobby Lee bailing on a show to go on a date, before talking about moving to Austin, King Charles' creepy portrait, the Vatican's new guidelines on apparitions, and Prince Andrew not paying his bills. More stuff: Get episodes early, a…
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Yeeeee-haw, there's a ghost in them there hills I tells ya! Behold the tale of a rootin' tootin' bona fide ghosty boy terrorising the locals, and let us tell you...he's got the hump! Join Linz & Chris and they saddle up and ride out West to investigate a tale that will take them to the other side of the world to get to the bottom of! Support the Sh…
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Join the reconvened Center for Medical Simulation Book Club as we discuss Amy Edmondson's excellent "Right Kind of Wrong: The Science of Failing Well." Featuring Roxane Gardner, Grace Ng, Jenny Rudolph, Chris Roussin, Lon Setnik, Laura Gay Majerus, James Lipshaw, Henrique Arantes, Hannah Lawn, Melissa White, Saqib Dara, and Lia Cruz.In this episode…
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In this episode of Simulation Nation, Kim Leighton, a pioneer in simulation evaluation tools, shares her journey and insights. She started in simulation during a flu outbreak and was tasked with evaluating a human patient simulator. Later, she developed the Simulation Effectiveness Tool and other evaluation tools. Kim created a website to provide a…
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We're back this week to talk Sam's "racist" comedy (according to the "Sad Boyz" of YouTube), then we get into RFK Jr.'s brain worm, Chris Cuomo's Ivermectin regrets on Patrick Bet-David's show, Roddy Piper's voice message to Hulk Hogan from beyond the grave, and the insane story of Sam's acting class score. More stuff: Get episodes early, and unedi…
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This Episode of Simulation Nation explores the topics of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) in simulation education and the simulation industry. Kellie Bryant and Crystal Murillo discuss the evolution of language from cultural competence to cultural sensitivity and the importance of DEI in simulation. They highlight the need for representation …
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We got the sci-fi dystopia...without the cyborg killer cops! Today me and my guest Granite Mountain Movie Club, found here on youtube, discuss several science fiction classics and cult classics: Robocop, Blade Runner and Blade Runner 2049, Back to the Future 2, Demolition Man, and Judge Dredd. Is America in 2024 better or worse than the future depi…
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Sam recaps his Oregon hotel nightmare, then we get into Adolf's true role, MLK and adult films, Bart Sibrel's appearance on Joe Rogan, a secret recording of a Hollywood manager saying they can't accept white men, Taylor Swift's dancing, Seinfeld's take on the "extreme left," Howard Stern selling out, and whether Biden and Trump are clones. More stu…
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Teresa Gore PhD, DNP, APRN, FNP-BC, CHSE-A, FSSH, FAAN from Healthysimulation.com discusses the development of simulation standards of best practice in nursing education. The standards cover various aspects of simulation, including terminology, participant objectives, facilitation methods, debriefing, and evaluation. The standards have been adopted…
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There is a legend of a cryptid that comes to suck in the night, not the vampire nor the Mothman but...*whispers*...El Chupacabra (Spanish guitar strum). What is this beast, what does it want (spoilers: blood) and where did it come from? Join Linz and Chris as they stalk the legendary creature to uncover exactly what this cryptid is, dive into big b…
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We are "juggling and struggling" on this new episode, where we get into Tucker Carlson's appearance on Joe Rogan, where they praise Alex Jones for his foresight. Also this week, Sam shares a new pizza conspiracy, gets beat by his daughter at a child's game, and, prompted by Higherside Chats, we discuss an issue facing "conspiracy" podcasts. More st…
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This episode explores the global simulation industry and the role of simulation in healthcare education with Healthysimulation.com's Founder & CEO, Lance Baily, as he also shares his background in film and digital media, as well as his experience in healthcare and simulation. They touch on the expansion of simulation post-COVID and the trends of di…
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In this episode, Alaina Herrington, DNP, RN, FAAN, FSSH, ANEF, CHSE-A from Mississippi State University, discusses the cost breakdown of simulations and the importance of understanding the financial aspects of simulation. She emphasizes the need for simulation educators to have a business mindset and the challenges of navigating budgets and cost ef…
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Sam recaps his eventful week on Twitter dealing with the fallout of a viral joke, then we take a look at Jim Breuer's comments suggesting that Dave Chappelle might have been cloned. Later in the show we learn that Canadian taxpayers may soon be paying for "novel bottom surgery" -- that is to say, giving someone the equipment for both genders. Also …
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In this week's Brief Debriefing, past and current participants in the Center for Medical Simulation's Healthcare Simulation Essentials course (https://harvardmedsim.org/course/healthcare-simulation-essentials-design-and-debriefing/) reflect on how the course has changed their approaches to partnership building and teaching in their own organization…
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Crystel Farina discusses the important aspects of running a simulation center, including budgets, justification, and hiring. She emphasizes the need for a foundation of psychological safety in simulation programs and the importance of hiring individuals with the right mindset. Crystel shares her journey into simulation and the impact of the NLN sim…
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What if you just never stopped eating? This is a question that plagued mankind ever since the fringe was invented. For one Frenchman with an iron stomach this was very much a reality. He ate his way across Europe and even became the hungriest spy ever recorded. Join Linz and Chris as they pull up a seat to the table of Tarrare, the very hungry Fren…
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What are the best practices for incorporating different students and faculty members into the simulation process as standardized patients (SPs)? Amy and Megan explores the benefits of using family members, faculty members, and students as SPs, as well as the importance of following the Association of SP Educators' standards of best practice. The to…
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Charles Haywood joins me once again, this time to discuss Elon Musk and the future of American politics. This episode was based on his review of a recent biography of Elon Musk, published on his blog The Worthy House. I highly recommend everyone go read through this blog, it's an education in history and political philosophy in and of itself. Follo…
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We're back after a long break to find that Sam has slipped up a little, that cannibals might be running amok in LA, that Neuralink is revolutionizing self-pleasure, and that 'God' is back in California classrooms. Also this week Sam considers buying a golf course, reveals there was an emergency at a recent show, and gets into the brilliance of Shog…
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Not every simulation center has a readiness plan in place for onboarding new simulation staff, particularly those without clinical experience. At CMS, we begin by having our new staff participate as learners in our weeklong Healthcare Simulation Essentials course, immersing them in our teaching and debriefing strategies. In this week's Brief Debrie…
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I discuss Freud with Garfieldbot, writer at "The Egg Report" on substack. He's writing a long series of articles reconsidering many of Freuds ideas, which he thinks are embedded in the framework of the modern individuals understanding of themselves, their relation to the world, and the primary mode of describing human interactions for all of the 20…
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In this episode, Megan and Amy discuss the importance of character descriptions in simulation. They introduce the concept of character descriptions and explain how they differ from scripts. They highlight the need for character descriptions in formative simulations and the benefits they provide to standardized patients. Bethany McGonigle, a theater…
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Hey mom, there's something in the back room...I hope it's not Tom De-Looooonge. What is To The Stars Academy of Arts & Science? Why is it fronted by a member of Blink 182? Why does it have a government contract with the military? And how did it end up releasing footage of confirmed UAPs? Join Linz and Chris as they try...very hard...to define what …
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After a little break, we return with a packed episode, including Sam's sincere address to the L.A. comedy scene, an important characterization of the state of this country, news of green lasers being used to guide lightning (and video), Elon's Twitter soundalike which has even Elon himself dumbfounded, Iran's bit antarctic play, P. Diddy as a possi…
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Cloven footprints are found in England, weaving their way over long distances, through fields and...up drainpipes? What manner of beast left these prints and why might it be SATAN HIMSELF? Not to be dramatic or anything... Join Linz and Chris as they follow the prints to find out the true cause of this yee old mystery and encounter some Kangaroos a…
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Sam Tripoli has a major announcement, then we get into why Amy Schumer and Ben Shapiro suck, and the whole David Lucas situation, before maybe the funniest moment in show history (it involves Sam's public humiliation). Head to www.policygenius.com/broken to see how much you can save! More stuff: Get episodes early, and unedited, plus bonus episodes…
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Hey everyone; sorry we've had some major family things happen since the last episode. We will be back very soon. Please enjoy this classic episode from the archives to tide you over, and remember...the mic quality here shows exactly why the patreon is so important for upgrades to equipment lol. "An alien encounter, men in black, hypnotic regression…
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I make the case that American Psycho is a failed feminist critique of toxic masculinity, but succeeds as a film, with Bateman as the hero, despite the directors best efforts. I then veer off wildly and give a details breakdown of the difference in narrative structure between film vs digital storytelling, and explain the characteristics of post-mode…
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Was Mitch Hedberg overrated, as the Legion of Skanks suggest? Are immigration riots going to swing the election? We discuss that, as well as Shane Gillis hosting SNL, the dangers of "right on red," a crazy moment you probably never noticed in a Hollywood classic, the latest twist in the decline of The Daily Show, and so much more on this episode of…
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Slick back your hair and pull on your spangled jumpsuit, it's time to investigate the King...and what really happened to him? Did Elvis really leave us on the 16th of August 1977...or was he actually secretly still alive? He has been spotted countless times since then, there has to be fire to this gyrating smoke right? Join Linz and Chris as they t…
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The Stargate Project was a top secret US project into psychic abilities and, specifically, remote viewing. Perhaps the projects most famous creation was one Uri Gellar, who went on to have quite the career as a TV and celebrity psychic...and Michael Jackson's friend. Join Linz and Chris as they open their third eyes (ew) and explore the mysterious …
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Sam had some crazy stories from the road, including meeting a relative of a Challenger astronaut and of Admiral Byrd. Then we watch hilarious video of CNN grappling with proof that masks don't work, and Mark Cuban being confronted by James O'Keefe. Note: Sam had a minor emergency and actually did have "to go Johnny" at the end of this one. It wasn'…
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We're back after a long break to get caught up on on the crazy stuff that happened over the holidays, including Kevin Spacey's bizarre visit to Tucker Carlson's show, Sam getting Zoom bombed, Tomb Raider's boobs getting downsized, Elon being drug tested, the trumped up BS of the Canadian cops, and much more. Get your custom song listed on Spotify f…
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A man goes to hunt Elk, but the hunter becomes hunted as he is snared by Ausso-one. Never fear, the entity is largely friendly, but Carl Higdon didn't expect to end up in an alternate dimension and getting a guided tour of a space tower. Hey ho. Join Linz and Chris as they dimension jump to find out the TRUTH about what happened to one Carl Higdon …
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Epstein's client list, or at least new documents containing many names, was just released today, Jan. 3, 2024. I will now release a paywalled episode from my Substack, originally titled "The Eye Atop the Pyramid," which details the connects between Balenciaga, Epstein, the Podestas, the Clintons, and the CIA. Become a paid subscriber to my substack…
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It's the final time the guys will be talking in 2023, and they make the most of it, getting into Kanye West's rant (which includes a swipe at President Trump), Marvel's latest gaffe in the form of a Mossad Super Hero, a conspiracy involving Taylor Swift and Al Michaels, and so much more ... plus Sam frets about having no stories. Go to www.hellotus…
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It's back, the biggest event of the season. It's the DSR Paranormal Christmas Quiz with your host, Septembryo! Will Chris regain his crown as the champion of Christmas or will Linz usurp and claim the title? Join us on this festive edition of DSR! Merry whatever you celebrate and we can't wait for you to see what we have in store in 2024! Support t…
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We're all over the place this week, talking movies, nuclear conspiracy, Alex Jones' return to Twitter, Mia Khalifa on Abby Martin's show and why ex-pornstars are sought out as intellectuals, Anthony Jeselnick's recent comments about offensive comedy, and Sam's opinion of the new Godzilla content. Go to www.hellotushy.com and use the promo code "BRO…
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Amy Cowperthwait and Megan Weldon are back again talking about everything you need on your Simulationist Ultimate Christmas List! This episode of Simulation Nation discusses various items that could make ideal Christmas gifts for those involved in healthcare simulation. Amy and Megan have a lively discussion, sharing thoughts on the newest simulati…
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Sam had a strange encounter in West Hollywood, there's a possible CIA whistleblower on their involvement in the creation of hip hop, and we get into the Chauvin stabbing by an FBI informant, Elon vs. Advertisers, Epstein's flight logs being blocked, stupid social media posts, Henry Kissinger, and a lot more on a jam packed edition of Broken Simulat…
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I'M AN ORNITHOLOGIST! GET ME OUT OF HERE! This was no bush tucker trial for Juliane Koepcke when she was thrown from her airplane seat and awoke deep in the Amazon rainforest. But how did she get there? How would she survive? And why were stingrays her biggest threat? Join Linz and Chris as they cut through the vines to reveal the truth about one g…
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Amy Cowperthwait and Megan Weldon are back again with Simulation Nation! This week the team talks about everything you need to know before heading to IMSH 2024! The IMSH (International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare) conference serves as an invaluable platform for simulationists, encompassing professionals from diverse fields like healthcare, …
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On this special Thanksgiving episode of the show Sam recaps his Austin visit, including his time at Joe Rogan's comedy club, and a visit to Eddie Bravo's personal "fight club." Also this week: Someone claiming to be from the CIA confronted Eddie and Sam at their show, we get into the Ben Shapiro vs. Candice Owens altercation, and we examine evidenc…
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For over 20 years the CIA conducted domestic experiments with a cocktail of drugs and other methods to develop a truth serum...but why stop there... also to develop a way to control another person's mind. Even more unbelievable, is this is 100% true. Join Linz and Chris as they double drop & dive into the world of secret government mind control pro…
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Amy Cowperthwait and Megan Weldon are back again with Simulation Nation! This week the team talks about how to effectively recruit Standardized Patients. In the dynamic field of nursing and healthcare education, incorporating realistic scenarios is essential for preparing future healthcare professionals. One effective method is the use of standardi…
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On this week's episode we revisit the Carlos Mencia vs. Joe Rogan/comedy affair in light of a recent plea by the beleaguered comedian for understanding. Also this week we listen to Whitney Cummings and Rogan rib Sam for having so many podcasts, conclude our discussion of Blippi, get into what is increasingly looking like a false flag in you-know-wh…
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