DAMS Launches Simulation-based Medical Education in India

Dr Sumer Sethi, Director, Delhi Academy of Medical Science (DAMS) along with his team

New Delhi, India – Delhi Academy of Medical Sciences (DAMS), which recently celebrated 22 years of classroom teaching and has had half a million downloads on its mobile app eMedicoz, has taken things to the next level by launching simulation-based medical education at its Delhi center, which is currently uneven in India. Simulation-based education is an innovative idea that benefits students from all perspectives. It provides a structured, learner-centered environment in which novice, intermediate, and advanced practitioners can learn or practice skills without endangering patients.

In medical education, simulation is an important methodology for bridging the gap between theory and practice. The eMedicoz app’s innovation helps to bridge the gap between medical students preparing for various post-doctoral career opportunities and provides them with a common platform where they can get all the relevant information in one place and prepare for national level exams such as NEET-PG and NEXT. Students can discuss medical cases with their seniors and peers from all over the world using this app.

Speaking on the occasion, Dr Sumer Sethi, Founder, DAMS, expressed his enthusiasm and vision to democratize medical education and said, “At DAMS, we are on a mission to make sure each medical student gets to learn from the best, irrespective of place or college. We are now starting a new mission, DAMS-SIM, simulation-based skill training for medical students, starting in the Delhi center this week. If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more, and become more, you are a leader.”

Image Source: Delhi Academy of Medical Sciences (P) Ltd (DAMS)

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