Welcome to the Simulation Centre Learning Environment
Simulation is an innovative education modality that replicates ‘real-life’ situations to enable students and professionals to practice clinical situations in a controlled learning environment with no risk to patients. We are a team of educators, clinicians, researchers and evaluators continually learning as we look to enhance the quality of care and experiences of our clients and their families. This learning environment provides access to online courses.
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Opioid Overdose Response Training
This free course teaches participants how to effectively administer naloxone, a life-saving treatment that temporarily reverses the effects of an opioid overdose, in a clinical and community setting.Access course
Virtual reality suicide risk assessment (SRA) simulation
This course is has been developed to support clinician capacity in conducting SRAs, in order to continue to provide excellence in care to those we serve.
Please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know how we can help! The CAMH Simulation Centre is located in the basement of the McCain Complex Care & Recovery Building at 1025 Queen Street West.Contact us
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CAMH is situated on lands that have been occupied by First Nations for millennia; lands rich in civilizations with knowledge of medicine, architecture, technology, and extensive trade routes throughout the Americas. In 1860, the site of CAMH appeared in the Colonial Records Office of the British Crown as the council grounds of the Mississaugas of the New Credit, as they were known at the time.
Today, Toronto is covered by the Toronto Purchase, Treaty No. 13 of 1805 with the Mississaugas of the Credit.
Toronto is now home to a vast diversity of First Nations, Inuit and Métis who enrich this city.
CAMH is committed to reconciliation. We will honour the land through programs and places that reflect and respect its heritage. We will embrace the healing traditions of the Ancestors, and weave them into our caring practices. We will create new relationships and partnerships with First Nations, Inuit and Métis and share the land and protect it for future generations.