INSPIRE, aka The International Network for Simulation-based Pediatric Innovation, Research & Education provides feedback to members on research related to research in healthcare simulation. The team has been growing steadily since launching in 2011.
Who is Inspire?
INSPIRE is built around novice and expert researchers, educators, and clinicians who are interested in collaborating [...]
At IMSH 2015 I had the privilege of meeting Elaine C. Meyer, PhD, RN, in her capacity as Chair of the Affiliations committee for the Society of Simulation in Healthcare, and the Director of the Institute for Professionalism & Ethical Practice at Boston Children’s Hospital. Learning about her role as Associate Professor of Psychology at Harvard [...]
Mentice shares that this free “Endovascular Educational Environment Video Material” is “all you need to know from basics of sheath, catheter size, shape selection to role reversal training and procedure communication. There is also some team training psychology in there somewhere too!”. If you are teaching such procedures with simulation this video series is [...]
Kim Leighton PhD, MSN, Assistant Dean, Research and Simulation Faculty Development DeVry Medical International and Research Advisor for the International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning is looking for some assistance with upcoming research:
As many of you are aware, we have been working to develop a Facilitator Competency Rubric for simulation facilitators. [...]