Bring Your Child To Work Day
Posted: November 9, 2017
On November 1st, the QEII Simulation Program participated in the annual Bring Your Child To Work Day.
Grade 9 students participate in activities to learn about what their parents do in various heath-care positions throughout the hospital. Please check out the photos from the event below.

Online calendar featured on
Tuesday Oct 31, 2017
I recently wrote an overview of our new online calendar booking system for is part of the 'equipment we use' series, sharing various solutions for fellow simulation centres.Check it out here:
Sim Bay featured on CTV Housecall
Tuesday Aug 15, 2017
We were very excited to be featured on CTV's Housecall segment.Go watch the segment here:
Neurosurgery Rookie Camp makes its return to Halifax
Tuesday Jul 11, 2017
The Neurosurgery Rookie Camp provides new neurosurgery residents in Canada with a jumpstart to their training. The two-day summer camp uses realistic neurosurgery simulations to expose residents to the kinds of situations they will face as they progress through their five years o...
$1.8 million announced for Sim Bay renovation
Monday Jun 26, 2017
It's official - the QEII Foundation raises $1.8-million for Simulation Bay renovation! Read more in the QEII Times article found here QEII Simulation wants to thank the great team at the QEII Foundation (above) for all their hard work and dedication to fundraising....
Trauma NS Sim Olympics
Monday Jun 26, 2017
Congratulations to Trauma NS for hosting another great Sim Olympics!...
QEII Foundation Support!
Friday May 19, 2017
The QEII Foundation has just released a video in support of their efforts to help the QEII Simulation Program renovate the Sim Bay into a leading edge high fidelity/cadaveric simulation facility. Here is a rendering of the proposed redesign: ...
Email Campaign - Program Update
Saturday Apr 22, 2017
We released an email campaign on the QEII Simulation Programs latest news - view the first mail-out here....
Orthopaedic OSCE
Friday Feb 17, 2017
The Orthopaedic residency training program at Dalhousie University has developed a Surgical Objective Structure Clinical Examination (OSCE) to objectively assess both clinical and surgical competence of the residents. This day long examination is based on four clinical scenarios ...
Welcome to the new QEII Simulation Program website
Wednesday Feb 15, 2017
Here you will find information on our program and our locations. We are just starting out, so expect this site to grow over the coming months. We will be adding more information and keeping you updated on program events. If you are experiencing any issues with the site, please em...

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