The football World Cup features 32 nations vying to become world champions. These countries have come through arduous qualifying campaigns to earn the right to play. We’re now getting to the sharp end of the tournament, with some of the world’s best aiming to perform at their peak on the world stage. Many years of practise, training, and commitment must now come together - and only the best team will succeed.
In another example of mass global participation and teamwork we are proud to report that eoSim, our flagship MIS simulator, is now being used in 95 different countries (see below). Our surgical simulation platform also supports practise, training, and commitment though our endgame is very different: a drive towards delivering high quality surgical care worldwide and improving patients’ lives.
We build our simulators so that they are both effective and affordable. We strive to democratise access to this form of learning and training so that the impact is felt globally and not restricted solely to wealthy healthcare settings. Our evidence base highlights efficacy and we are delighted that this impact is being felt across such a wide surgical diaspora.
The SurgTrac software and curricula that come embedded with eoSim are also being improved and iterated constantly. We have a range of speciality-specific courses and modules incorporating non-technical skills. We’re always working to make them – and therefore you – better. Our simulators support (indeed thrive on) mobile interfaces, which allows you to keep that training platform in your pocket, easily evidence your learning during annual assessments, and appreciate yourself as you improve your skills.
And if you are based I one of the (relatively few!) countries without an eoSim, get in touch and we’ll remedy that.
Consultant Neurosurgeon and Honorary Senior Lecturer, Edinburgh
Countries where surgeons and patients benefit from eoSurgical simulators:
United Arab Emirates
Palestine, State Of
Hashemite Kingdom Of Jordan
Papua New Guinea
British Indian Ocean Territory
Saint Helena, Ascension And Tristan Da Cunha