Beyond "Checking the Box": Fostering Diversity and Inclusion in Healthcare Simulation Training
Explore the importance of embracing diversity and inclusion in medical simulation training in our latest blog post. From beginning in simulation design to working with SPs of lived experience. Learn the methods and strategies for creating inclusive learning experiences in healthcare.

Self-Reflection or External Feedback? The Dual Lens of Medical Excellence
From the introspective journey of a seasoned doctor to the fresh insights of junior colleagues, uncover the multifaceted role of reflection in the realm of medical excellence in our new article.

Authentic Encounters: Using Lived Experiences to Shape LGBTQ+ Healthcare Training
Learn how authentic encounters with standardized patients from the LGBTQ+ community enrich empathy and elevate healthcare training for students and clinicians. Discover the power of lived experiences in our latest article.

Ensuring Psychological Safety for LGBTQ+ Simulated Patients in Medical Training
Simulated medical training is essential but should never come at the expense of the well-being of Simulated Patients (SPs). Read our latest article on promoting psychological safety for LGBTQ+ SPs in healthcare education.

Mapping Four Crucial Pillars of Support for Transitioning Patients: A Guide for Healthcare Providers
Research continues to show that gender-affirming care, encompassing all mental and medical care that affirms a patients' gender identities, significantly enhances the mental health of gender diverse, transgender, and nonbinary individuals. Dive into our latest article to understand these crucial supports and explore actual resources to aid patients in the process.

Beyond the Curriculum: Gaining Experience with LGBTQ+ Patients
Ever wondered about the impact of limited LGBTQ+ patient exposure on healthcare? Discover the implications and how Simclusive offers a hands-on solution. Engage, Learn, Transform!

3 Ways Simulation Helps Providers Address Telehealth Access Disparities
In the realm of telehealth, ensuring equitable access is a pressing issue. At SP-ed, we believe simulation can make a big difference. Our latest article delves into the three key areas where this training can bridge the gap, from cultural competency to digital literacy.

Unmasking Depression in Transgender Patients: Risk Factors, Assessment, and Resilience Building
Seeking a deeper understanding of mental health issues in transgender patients? Our new article details risk factors, assessment techniques, and self-managed coping strategies to guide your practice.

Beyond Cultural Competency: The Role of Authenticity and Honesty in LGBTQ+ Patient Care
Find out in our latest article how the strive for cultural competency, particularly in the care of LGBTQ+ patients, can sometimes lead to unintended consequences and overshadow the importance of authenticity.

Fostering Comfort and Autonomy: The Need to Adapt Physical Examinations for Transgender Patients
Our latest article delves into the unique healthcare needs of transgender patients, with a special focus on physical examinations. Discover the potential of gender-affirming language, the value of self-examinations, and how health professionals can cultivate comfort and trust.

Redefining Nursing Skills for the Digital Age: How Standardized Patients Enhance Telemedicine Training
From remote patient assessment to home-care instructions, telemedicine nursing is a world of its own. Read our latest article to find out how remote standardized patients can help nurses refine their skills in this exciting new field.

Investing in Standardized Patients: The Smart Move for Health System Success and Patient Satisfaction
Standardized patients, especially those based remotely, offer myriad benefits to reinforce your hospital's commitment to top-tier patient care.

Enhancing PrEP Consultation for LGBTQ+ Patients: The 5Ps Method and Cultural Competence
Preventing HIV in the LGBTQ+ community goes beyond medical prescriptions. Discover how cultural competence and the 5Ps method play a key role in assessing the need for Preexposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) among LGBTQ+ patients.

Five Techniques for Respectfully Conducting a Sexual History with LGBTQ Patients
Working to improve your conversations about sexual health with LGBTQ patients? Here are five key techniques to help your patients feel respected and seen.

Overcoming the Challenges in Providing Gender-Affirming Care: A Call for Structured Training
It's time to bridge the gap in healthcare for the LGBTQ community. Despite the unique needs of these patients, many providers have little training in gender-affirming language and techniques. Read about the unmet needs for training in this important article.

From Bedside to Web-Side: The 4 Challenges of Developing a Forward-Looking Telehealth Curriculum
To develop a forward-looking telehealth curriculum, the academic community needs to agree on what to include in the curricula. Read our blog post about the core telehealth competencies and other challenges facing medical educators today.