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Table of Contents

Introduction: The Use of Simulators in Trauma Education

Rural Mobile Simulation-Based Trauma Team Training—An Innovative Educational Platform
Sharyn Ireland, DipHSc, B Nursing, CCRN, MEd, ACCN, Tim Gray, MBBS, FACEM, Nathan Farrow, RN, BN (Hons) Grad Dip Adv Nurs (Critical Care), MPET, Peter D. Danne, MD, FRACS, FACS, and Brendan Flanagan, MBBS, FANZCA

Microsimulation (PC Simulation) in Emergency Health Care Learning and Assessment
Ulrik Juul Christensen, MD

Using Screen-Based Computer Simulation to Develop and Test a Civilian, Symptom-Based Terrorism Triage Algorithm
William F. Bond, MD, Italo Subbarao, DO, MBA, Howard A. Schwid, MD, Aaron E. Bair, MD, and Christopher Johnson, DO

Training Astronauts to Manage Trauma (Emergencies): Integrating Human Patient Simulation into Medical Operations for National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
Hal Doerr, MD, W. Bosseau Murray, MD, Marsh Cuttino, MD, and Timothy J. Broderick, MD

Incorporating Simulators into Emergency Medicine Residency Training
Neil Coker, BS, EMT-P, and Lawrence E. Kass, MD, FACEP, FAAEM

Integration of High-Fidelity Simulation into the Advanced Disaster Life Support (ADLS) Class
Jeffrey D. Orledge, MD, and Ray E. Swienton, MD

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