Simulation has been defined as a situation in which a particular set of conditions is created artificially in order to study or experience something that is possible in real life; Aviation and aerospace industries have been using simulation as a teaching tool for many years. There are many examples of curricular reform that include clinical skills training, the use of simulators, and the creation of clinical skills centers. Recently, the inclusion of clinical skills training into the curricula of medical students has seen significant growth. On the other hand, simulation based medical education can be defined as any educational activity that utilizes simulative aides to replicate clinical scenarios. Simulation tools serve as an alternative to the real patient.