We are working hard to build something great for the future of simulation based software.

Doing our part for improved outcomes

The first 10 minutes can determine the rest of your life


“In the United States, 10 percent of all newborns need some intervention, and 1 percent will require extensive resuscitative measures at delivery” (Weiner, Zaichkin, & Kattwinkel, 2016). 

Simulation training for NRP is the gold standard and current recommendation for all staff attending the births of newborns. Steps Insitu is a mobile application using various scenarios which address the critical thinking aspect scenario training.  By controlling the clinical scenario, we create simulations that require high level training, and with portability of application software these scenarios can be carried out in the actual environments they would occur. Steps Insitu is designed to be a simple, yet effective tool to guide healthcare providers through various scenarios addressing different possible needs of the high-risk neonate. 

Weiner, G. M., Zaichkin, J., & Kattwinkel, J. (2016). Textbook of neonatal resuscitation. Elk Grove Village, IL: American Academy of Pediatrics.



3 Goals of Steps Insitu

Goal #1


To provide the best scenarios for all departments in healthcare.  Crafted by the best content experts available

Goal #2


To provide an easy to use interface, allowing the experts to focus on the learners and not the technology

Goal #3


To provide informative data to all who use the Steps Insitu platform

Our team

Jason Burgess, BSN, RNC-NIC
Chief Executive Officer

Jason Burgess, BSN, RNC-NIC

Creator and Neonatal Content Expert


Michelle Kwok-Burgess, PAC

Neonatal Content Expert

ChopDawg Studios

ChopDawg Studios

Technology team


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Steps Insitu has grown from an idea to a concept to a prototype, and we continue to grow and develop.  We are actively looking for facilities who are interested in testing out our software when it hits beta.  

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