PUBLISH THROUGH CUREUS

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Cureus

Cureus is an open-access, peer-reviewed, PubMed indexed, online journal, in which the maxSIMhealth collaborative has a channel entitled Archives of Scholarship in Simulation and Educational Techniques (ASSET). The channel is a space where simulation scholars and users around the world can share and access the latest in simulation research, scenarios, and best practices. Therefore, the channel is designed to promote a scholarly development of online repository of simulation cases, as well as a door for dissemination of scholarship and research that both test the effectiveness and investigates the mechanisms of novel educational techniques that can be freely shared across professions and geographical locations.


We believe that by sharing, we can improve the quality of Simulation-Based Health Professions Education - and, therefore, of health care services, products, and systems everywhere.

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Focusing on teaching and learning through simulation

The channel is designed to promote a scholarly development of an online repository of simulation cases, as well as a door for dissemination of scholarship and research that both test the effectiveness and investigates the mechanisms of novel educational techniques that can be freely shared across professions and geographical locations.

Peer-review and publishing opportunities

Involved in novel simulation research? Create an account on cureus.com and submit your Research Papers, Technical Reports, Editorials and Research Posters to our channel! Be sure to tick off that you are a member of our channel.

Guidelines for Technical Reports

For guidelines on how to write simulation technical reports using mannequins and/or standardized patients for Cureus, see below.

Contests and simulation events

Keep up to date on upcoming Simulation Meetings and check back for Contests, such as the Simulation by Design Contest. As well, keep checking back to read the latest published simulation articles.

Abstract/Poster Submission and Technical Report Guidelines

Please note that the submission process is the same for abstracts with and without a poster.  However, if you do not have a poster, you will be required to upload an empty JPEG file, or you can use "No poster template" below that we have prepared which meets all specifications.