The INSPIRE network is excited to announce two funding opportunities for investigators in pediatric simulation-based research.
The International Network for Simulation-based Pediatric Innovation, Research and Education was established in 2011 from a group of simulation-based pediatric researchers from a variety of disciplines looking to improve collaboration, mentorship, and productivity. Our mission is to improve the delivery of medical care to acutely ill children and ultimately improve survival from acute illness in the pediatric population. INSPIRE is united in its desire to improve performance and reduce errors in patient care via rigorous pediatric simulation-based research using all types of simulation tools (computer screen-based simulators, task trainers, human patient simulators, virtual reality, hybrid devices, and standardized patients).
To further these goals, INSPIRE is proud to announce our first research funding program with two awards!
Visit the INSPIRE Funding Awards page to find out more!