Greetings from GNSH Leadership
A new year presents great opportunities for new beginnings, new ventures and new relationships. With this, the GNSH Board of Directors writes with warm wishes for 2024. As we look to the year ahead and seek to harness the energy, excitement and momentum following a very successful Summit in Dubai, UAE late last year, the Board invites you to participate in both the upcoming virtual event in April as well as an in-person international summit in October. Additional details regarding both events can be found below. There will also be significant opportunities for engagement, as we continue to recruit new members to the Board of Directors and appoint leaders to committees supporting the important work of our organization. Should you have any questions about our shared future or are interested in becoming involved, please reach out to

Pamela Jeffries & Lennox Huang
Global Network for Simulation in Healthcare, Inc.

2024 GNSH Annual Summit
Oct 24-27, Toronto Canada Information / Registration
30 Minute Team Engagement
Structured Patient Care stories to challenge healthcare teams
GNSH Toolkit
Tools to help make the case for simulation to decision makers
Our Mission

The Global Network for Simulation in Healthcare (GNSH) is an international think tank dedicated to advancing patient safety, workforce wellbeing, and healthcare quality. We bring together thought leaders from healthcare, academia, and industry to address challenges within healthcare that can be solved through simulation.

Strategic Aim

GNSH believes that we are stronger together; therefore we invest in supporting and advancing our member and partner organizations' aims of improving health outcomes through the deployment of innovative educational strategies and simulation solutions throughout the world.

Spreading the Message

GNSH envisions a culture that empowers people and healthcare systems to maximize safety outcomes for patients and staff. We are a group that strongly believes that:

> Simulation Drives Improvement
> Simulation Saves Lives
> Simulation Can Be Done Cost Effectively

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Mass Casualty
GNSH Meeting