RespiSim® eLearning is designed to strengthen learners’ understanding of key mechanical ventilation concepts while paving the way for more effective simulation outcomes, and ultimately better patient care. Each subscription includes access to:

  • RespiSim® Learning Management System (LMS)
  • RespiSim® Virtual Ventilator Software

We would like you to try the new RespiSim eLearning subscription for 14 days at NO COST. We’re so excited about what we’ve developed, the only thing we want in return is your honest opinion. Thank you for being a valued member of the healthcare community, and we sincerely look forward to your responses.

How it Works

  • Sign up using the form below to be placed on the free trial list. You will be contacted via the email you provided to confirm your submission and review next steps.

  • After submitting the form below, you will be prompted to register for one of the “Getting Started with RespiSim eLearning” webinar sessions on March 16.
  • Your free trial will begin on March 15 and include temporary access to:

    • RespiSim Learning Management System (LMS) (with access to complete the Respiratory 101 course only)

    • RespiSim Software and RespiSim Virtual Ventilator Software

  • You will receive instructions, resources, and support via email from our Customer Experience team.
  • You will need a Windows 10 or 11 PC to run the RespiSim Software and the RespiSim Virtual Ventilator application.
  • If you are a current RespiSim Software user, we strongly recommend using a separate Windows 10 or 11 PC to run this free trial.
  • After the trial is complete, the subscription licenses will expire and RespiSim LMS and the Virtual Ventilator will no longer be accessible. Ask us for details on how to purchase a subscription!

*Feedback is required as part of the free trial. You must also acknowledge on the survey that any feedback you provide is eligible to be shared publicly on our website and in marketing materials.

Sign Up for Your Free 14-Day Trial

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