KBPORT™ SIMPLICITY™ SOLUTIONS
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Whether building a new simulation center or expanding or renovating an existing center, KbPort Simplicity™, an end-to-end solution that begins with designing the ideal environment, meets the needs of any facility setup.
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Latest news from KbPort™
Florence-Darlington Tech’s Innovative Pharmacy Technician Program
Florence-Darlington Technical College's new Pharmacy Technician Program is ready to enhance learning outcomes by providing students with advanced simulation tools
KbPort™ and Kitware Release SimPulse™
KbPort and Kitware are excited to announce the release SimPulse™, a Virtual Patient Simulator With Real-Time Physiologic and Pharmacologic Responses.
Introducing our New SimEMR® Telehealth Module!
More and more medical facilities are turning to telehealth systems as a patient care option. As the use and demand
Teaching Proper Blood Pressure Measurement with BPSim™
“Training healthcare providers in the psycho-motor aspects of blood pressure auscultation is crucial. The ability for learners to recognize appropriate Korotkoff sounds as well as perfect valve control for pressure relief are key.” — Wendeline Grbach, MSN, RN, CLNC
Use Healthcare Simulation to Improve Medication Administration Safety
With registration ending March 24th, HealthySimulation.com is thrilled to announce its first (limited enrollment) continuing education 6 hour clinical simulation
In Memory of Thomas “Tom” Crawford
The KbPort family would like to honor the memory of Tom Crawford. Tom passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, February
Realistic Medication Administration with SimCartRx™ Prepares Nursing Students for Clinical Environments
Binghamton University’s Decker School of Nursing continues to enhance learning outcomes by providing its students with the most advanced medication
BPSim™ for Simulation
BPSim™ provides an additional layer of realism to standardized patient scenarios, by requiring learners to accurately measure pre-programmed blood pressure, rather than documenting reported values from the patient.
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