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University of Nebraska Medical Center

Simulation in Motion-Nebraska (SIM-NE)

Events

See our schedule of events and find resources from previous events on our Facebook page.

Past & Upcoming Event Information

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SIM-NE partners with the American Heart Association to offer a series of live events centered around stroke. March 9, 2022.

Mission

Simulation In Motion – Nebraska seeks to enhance the quality and accessibility of emergency medical education to rural/frontier areas by delivering high-quality, technologically advanced simulation training to the Emergency Medical Care Providers in Critical Access Hospitals and ambulance services across the entire state.

Vision

Experiential education resulting in all Nebraskans having high-quality pre-hospital and in-hospital emergency care.
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Give to the SIM-NE Project Fund at the University of Nebraska Foundation

Important Links

Schedule a training, explore the mobile simulation units and view SIM-NE media and publications.

Under the Microscope SIM-NE Training Across Nebraska

UNMC Chancellor Jeffrey P. Gold, M.D., tours a SIM-NE truck, guided by Simulation Program Manager Doug Dekker.

In the News

SIM-NE's four customized, 44-foot-long trucks have visited 89 of Nebraska's 93 counties.

Training

SIM-NE cruises past 500th onsite training

The UNMC Simulation in Motion-Nebraska program recognized a milestone recently when it conducted its 500th onsite training session.

Speakers support SIM-NE program.

Statewide Outreach

Early Thanksgiving for expectant couple stuck roadside

In a holiday movie-miracle coincidence, Hildreth Fire and Rescue delivered a baby in an ambulance — less than 48 hours after receiving specialized, high-tech training on emergency obstetrics from the University of Nebraska Medical Center’s Simulation-in-Motion Nebraska (SIM-NE).

SIM-NE fleet brings high-tech training to first responders in rural Nebraska

Training

SIM-NE fleet brings high-tech training to first responders in rural Nebraska

First responders have to be ready for anything no matter where they are.

Contact Us

For inquiries or to learn more about SIM-NE, contact Douglas Dekker, program manager, SIM-NE.

Contact Douglas Dekker

Douglas Dekker, program manager, SIM-NE