#NLNSummit2016 Video Plenary – Debra Spunt Lecture by Dr. Janice C. Palaganas
Miss the NLN Summit this year? No worries HealthySim has you covered with this awesome Debra Spunt Lecture sponsored by Laerdal Medical and provided by Dr. Janice Palaganas, Director of Educational Innovation and Development and the Center for Medical Simulation!
A winner of multiple honors, Dr. Palaganas most recently received the President’s Award from Loma Linda, the university’s highest honor for scholastic achievement and community participation; and the Presidential Citation Award from the Society for Simulation in Healthcare. Her professional service includes membership on the committee that produced a report for the Institute of Medicine on measuring IPE outcomes; contributing content to the NLN High-Stakes Assessment for Nursing Study; in 2012, chairing the Interprofessional Education and Healthcare Simulation Symposium, attended by more than 500 educators, a conference funded by the Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation, the NLN, and SSH. Just this year, Dr. Palaganas received another substantial grant from the Macy Foundation for “Creating an Interprofessional Community of Practice for Health Professions Educators.”
Her primary career focus has been as an educator of educators, bringing her long experience in and passion for IPE simulation to audiences nationwide and abroad. Dr. Palaganas has instructed approximately 4800 professionals, 20 percent of whom have been nurses. Her current students are among today’s leaders in health care education, ranging from department chairs, deans, and directors to postdoctoral research fellows. In her work for the SSH, she developed training and mentoring for all SSH accreditation reviewers.
Dr. Palaganas was editor-in-chief of SSH’s first textbook, Defining Excellence in Health Simulation Programs. She serves as a journal reviewer at SSH, for the NLN’s Nursing Education Perspectives, and for the Journal of Patient Safety. Her original scholarship includes numerous published peer-reviewed articles, many considered seminal pieces, e.g., a history of simulation-enhanced IPE; the first study of co-debriefing; and an updated meta-review of IPE literature.