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The Simulation Learning, Education and Research Network (SimLEARN) is the VHA's program for simulation in health care training. Serving the largest integrated health care system in the world, VHA's SimLEARN provides an ever-growing body of curricula and best practices that improve health care for our nation's Veterans. The use of innovative technologies in a safe learning environment enhances diagnostic, procedural and communication skills to support quality care and the best possible outcomes.

National Simulation Center selected as fellowship site 

By Gerald Sonnenberg
EES Marketing and Communication


ORLANDO, Fla. – The VHA SimLEARN National Simulation Center (NSC) was recently selected as one of four sites for the newly announced Office of Academic Affiliations (OAA) Advanced Fellowship in Health Professions Education Evaluation and Research. The selection was based on a competitive review process in response to a request for proposal released this past December.

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University of Central Florida students learn vascular surgery techniques at VHA National Simulation

By Anjelica Partridge
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oordinator, Information & Publication Services
UCF College of Medicine

ORLANDO, Fla. – Medical students from the University of Central Florida (UCF) conducted simulation training Nov. 14 at the VHA SimLEARN National Simulation Center. Dr. Frederick Fisher, a VA vascular surgeon who also volunteers at UCF, recently offered monthly sessions to first- and second-year students learning techniques in vascular surgery with the assistance of SimLEARN staff.

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