Impelsys Newsletter 2018, Issue 04

From CEO's Desk

There is no satisfaction bigger than working on your dreams and seeing them come true every day and every year. I have been on this journey for over 17 years now, fighting against all the odds, Impelsys is a globally respected entity now and I think this is what I had envisioned back then, being able to make a difference in the world of knowledge and education. One more year is coming to an end and every year we say that the year went by in a jiffy, it’s true, time flies really fast.

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Learning Center

Online Learning for Continuous Medical Education

Healthcare is one of the most vital and oldest industries of the world. A society with good healthcare system has better quality of individual lives which contribute to a smarter and stronger workforce adding pace to its overall development. Doctors, nurses and other healthcare personnels are hard working and busy professionals who require constant pursuit of expanded professional wisdom.


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Market Watch

Forging sustainable relationships with consumers by creating a robust digital experience

Simulation as a technology for learning and training has been around for a long time in different industries, notably in aviation, healthcare, architecture and high hazard industries like nuclear plants and even military. Simulation provides immersive learning which is more effective than traditional learning. With guided, real like experiences, the facts and concepts are best recalled and put into service when they are taught, practiced, and assessed in the context in which they will be used.


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Technology

Augmenting healthcare learning with medical simulation

Simulation as a technology for learning and training has been around for a long time in different industries, notably in aviation, healthcare, architecture and high hazard industries like nuclear plants and even military. Simulation provides immersive learning which is more effective than traditional learning. With guided, real like experiences, the facts and concepts are best recalled and put into service when they are taught, practiced, and assessed in the context in which they will be used. When a learner is involved in the process, the memorization is deeper, the great Chinese philosopher Confucius said it 2500 years ago, “Tell me, and I will forget. Show me, and I may remember. Involve me, and I will understand”


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