August 22, 2016

INACSL's Latest Simulation in Nursing Journal Highlights Standardized Patients

Suzie Kardong-Edgren, Director of the RISE Center at Robert Morris University, Drexel Faculty member, and INACSL Simulation in Nursing Journal editor recently shared “Standardized Patients have been a part of health professional education for over 50 years now. As an educational field that continues to grow in scholarship and practice, the editors of [...]

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July 26, 2016

Supporting Transitions in Medical Career Pathways: the Role of Simulation-Based Education

This article is also translated in Spanish!

Have you checked out the Advances in Simulation journal yet? Great news it’s free for everyone online thanks to the folks at SESAM! Just finished reviewing “Supporting transitions in medical career pathways: the role of simulation-based education” by Jennifer Cleland et al., and found it very useful [...]

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April 5, 2016

SSH Simulation in Healthcare Journal Publishes April Edition on Simulations for Communicable Diseases

Just received word that the latest issue (April 2016 – Volume 11 – Issue 2) of the Simulation in Healthcare Journal has been published. This journal is connected to the Society in Simulation in Healthcare. Over the next few months we will be reminding you about all the established and new journals out [...]

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January 27, 2016

BioMedCentral Interviews Advances in Simulation Editor Debra Nestel on Launch of New Journal

Exciting news announced at IMSH 2016 by Debra Nestel and SESAM that a new Journal “Advances in Simulation” was launched during the event! BioMedCentral.com interviewed Professor¬†Nestel about this new publication and the future of medical simulation. Debra Nestel is Professor of Simulation Education in Health Care at Monash University, Australia. For over 25 [...]

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