The KidSIM-ASPIRE simulation research program is a world leader in simulation-based research, as evidenced by active involvement in multicenter studies both as the lead site and as a collaborative site.  KidSIM-ASPIRE is a leading research site within the International Network for Simulation-based Pediatric Innovation, Research and Education (INSPIRE). 

The INSPIRE network (www.inspiresim.com), co-chaired and co-founded by Dr. Adam Cheng of ACH, is the largest international simulation network in the world, with over 100 pediatric hospitals and simulation programs participating in over 40 ongoing single and multicenter research projects.  As a leading research site, KidSIM-ASPIRE helps to organize and coordinate the infrastructure, governance and administration of the entire INSPIRE network, and is currently helping to build INSPIRE technology and resources to support the ongoing research projects. 

Stollery Children's Hospital
The KidSIM-ASPIRE simulation program collaborates with simulation researchers at the Stollery Children's Hospital in Edmonton, Alberta.