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Simulation Olympiad

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May 28 & 29 .

Designed to showcase the skills of multiple interdisciplinary health care teams from across the country and highlight the educational benefits of simulation.

The Simulation Olympics has been running since 2012 and we are very excited to be back in person for our 10 year anniversary 2022 competition.  We invite teams from across the country to participate in interdisciplinary simulated resuscitation cases in front of an enthusiastic audience of their peers.  The competition will be in a single elimination format, with eight teams competing in the preliminary rounds, four advancing to the semi-finals, and two advancing to the finals.  The Kingston Resuscitation Institute has generously contributed prize money for the top teams.

Team Composition
Teams must have four members and be composed of:
• At least two residents, only one of whom may be in PGY 4 or 5
• While the Simulation Olympics has always valued interdisciplinary teams, we recognize that pandemic related travel concerns and professional responsibilities may make it difficult for our allied health colleagues to attend. We will continue to welcome participation from nurses, RTs, paramedics, and medical students, but this will not be mandatory.
Additionally each team must have a faculty coach to assist with preparation and performance.
All team members must be registered for the conference.

Team Selection
Participation in the Simulation Olympics is limited to eight teams.  Automatic entry will be offered to the university in the location of the conference as well as the winner(s) from the previous year.  The remaining teams will be selected on a FIRST COME FIRST SERVE basis, so please register early.  REGISTRATION OPENS FEBRUARY 3 at NOON EST.  Teams who are unable to participate this year will be given automatic registration for the 2023 competition if they choose to participate.

To register a team please contact Isabel Garcia ( and include the following information:
Institution Name/Team Name
Coach email address and cell phone number
Team members names, professions, level of training

“We look forward to seeing you in Quebec City!”

– Drs. Erin Brennan and Tamara McColl
Co-Chairs, CAEP Simulation Olympics