I recently had the pleasure of being interviewed by The Rural Monitor which is a publication of the Rural Assistance Center. They were doing a feature on a fabulous new program called South Dakota Simulation in Motion (SIM-SD) for healthcare simulation training. Talking to the reporter gave me some great enlightenment and reminders of the challenges of providing healthcare in the rural and underserved areas. It was great to hear of support for forward thinking people supporting such a great training effort to close some critical training gaps. The Article was entitled Patient Simulators Sharpen Skills of Rural Practitioners.