Georgia Health Sciences University Adopts TheraSim Simulation for CLAS Training

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Georgia Health Sciences University partners with TheraSim to provide communication training through online simulation for more than 2,400 students across GHSU's five colleges.

TheraSim, a leader in virtual patient simulation, announced today that Georgia Health Sciences University (GHSU) has joined its growing list of clients.

The partnership with GHSU will bring TheraSim’s innovative, web-based virtual patient simulations to more than 2,400 students across GHSU’s five colleges, including to one of the largest medical school classes in the country.

“There has been growing demand in the healthcare and medical education markets to provide better training for soft skills, like communication. E-Learning and video based solutions have clear limitations. TheraSim’s latest simulation platform can now provides a variety of simulation solutions for communication training for healthcare educators and professionals,” says TheraSim President, Gordon Cervenka.

The simulation will help teach the Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services (CLAS) standards mandated by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Minority Health.

About TheraSim, Inc.: TheraSim is a technology company offering virtual patient simulations that educate, train, and assess healthcare professionals in a risk-free environment. More than 700,000 simulations have been run on TheraSim’s platform spanning more than 180 countries. Learn more about how TheraSim can move your healthcare training to the next level by visiting http://therasim.com.

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