Updated: September 11, 2017


COLUMBIA STATE COLLEGE ANNOUNCED TODAY THAT ASSISTANT PROFESSOR ERIC MCCULLOUGH HAS BEEN SELECTED BY EMS WORLD AS THE WINNER OF THE iSIMULATION 2017 EXCELLENCE IN SIMULATION AWARD.  MCCULLOUGH, COLUMBIA STATE ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY AND EMT/ADVANCED EMT COORDINATOR, WILL RECEIVE A THREE DAY PASS AND A $1000 TRAVEL STIPEND TO THE UPCOMING EMS WORLD EXPO IN LAS VEGAS WHERE HE WILL BE RECOGNIZED.  MCCULLOUGH, WAS NOMINATED BY HIS PEERS FOR THE INTRODUCTION OF USING THE iSIMULATE CARDIAC MONITORS IN STUDENT EVALUATIONS, A TECHNOLOGY WHICH ALLOWS INSTRUCTORS TO CHANGE VALUES ON A MONITOR IN REAL TIME, WHICH GIVES STUDENTS THE OPPORTUNITY TO PRACTICE IN MORE REALISTIC SCENARIOS.