Access to scenarios is restricted to registered faculty members. Please get in touch via the contact page in order to gain access.
All scenarios are based on a generic scenario and are in a PDF format. Each section has introductory information for instructors to guide the delivery of each simulation scenario.
Many of the scenarios were originally developed in conjunction with the use of the ALSi device by iSimulate, or other similar devices. They can be undertaken without using this specific equipment, or requiring high-fidelity simulation devices, although faculty are advised to preview each scenario to ensure appropriate alternatives are used. As a minimum it is expected that there is the ability to be able to display the relevant ECGs for the scenario via an ECG simulator, and for trainees to be able to have a manikin to focus their management on. Information is included for each section to guide what equipment should be available to successfully run a scenario.
The first four sections correspond to the “Emergency Presentations” section of the current IMT curriculum. Some scenarios may well be suitable to be used in a variety of different sessions – their potential usefulness for other teaching sessions will be indicated in each section. All the scenarios are mapped to suggested CiPs of the current IMT stage 1 curriculum.
Information in bold is to highlight when a scenario can be adapted to deliver sessions that specifically incorporate human factors.
Feedback on the quality of the scenarios is encouraged, as repeated delivery can identify potential issues that may not be immediately apparent. Any feedback can be submitted here.
The following sections contain scenarios that do not necessarily correspond directly to the Emergency Presentations headings but will be relevant to other parts of the current IMT curriculum.
All faculty members are encouraged to submit their own scenarios for inclusion on this site. Scenarios can be either given in a summary format or, ideally, following the link as given below.