ASTEC provided simulation training to over 20 neonatologists, neonatal fellows, and pediatric physicians at the 2014 Workshop on Perinatal Practice Strategies, Innovation with Evidence sponsored by the American Academy of Pediatrics. Clinical educator Lisa Grisham, NNP, MS, and University of Arizona Medical Center neonatologist Joe Livingston, MD staged a unique simulation case, neonatal hydrops fetalis. Presenting a novel hydrops model, Grisham and Livingston provided an interactive workshop to teach physicians how to make simulation models and incorporate them effectively into their medical education curriculum, while simultaneously running the resuscitation. Following each simulation case, there was a facilitated debriefing session with an open discussion on effective debriefing strategies. ASTEC received enthusiastic feedback from conference attendees on the value of the workshop as well as the fidelity of the hydrops model. The other cases included supraventricular tachycardia and pulmonary hypoplasia of the neonate.