http://www.KwMap.com – browse Keyword Map of the Internet.
http://www.patientsimulation.co.uk – Information on the NAMS Conference.
http://www.tycohealthcare.co.uk – Manufacturer, distributor and servicer of medical devices.
http://www.ferno.co.uk – Providers of emergency, rescue and healthcare equipment.
http://www.namsuk.co.uk/ – National Association of Medical Simulators home page. Links to most of the UK Centres and information about the yearly conference.
http://www.bris.ac.uk/Depts/BMSC – Bristol Simulation Centre website. The original British Centre with a comprehensive website.
http://www.harvardmedsim.org/index.html – Harvard Simulation website. A lot of information included a bibliography of 400 references.
http://anesthesia.stanford.edu/VASimulator/acrm.htm – The original ACRM course as described on the Stanford USA website where Prof David Gaba initiated the present high fidelity form of simulation used today.
http://www.meti.com – Medical Education Technologies Inc the manufacturers of our human simulators.
http://www.sesam.ws – Society in Europe for Simulation Applied to Medicine.
http://www.resus.org.uk – Resuscitation Council (UK) website with all the cardiac arrest protocols and a good anaphylaxis management protocol.
http://www.bnf.org.uk – Website for the British National Formulary. Drug information.
http://www.nelh.nhs.uk – National Electronic Library of health – a gateway to a wealth of information.
http://www.npsa.nhs.uk – National Patient Safety Agency.
http://www.aagbi.org/guidelines.html – A list of guidelines for anaesthetists produced by the Association of Anaesthetists e.g. Anaesthetic Machine check.
http://www.amee.org – Association of Medical Education in Europe.
http://www.asme.org.uk – Association for the Study of Medical Education.
Both good websites with regular meetings advertised ASME being British based and AMEE further afield.
http://www.dbh.nhs.uk – Doncaster and Bassetlaw Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.