December 2, 2021By Lance Baily Seeks Part-Time Clinical Simulation Expert Authors

Attention healthcare simulation professionals: seeks your expertise! As the world’s leading clinical simulation resource, we are searching for part-time medical simulation experts and champions to contribute industry insights and expertise through engaging article content. By sharing your knowledge with the greater clinical simulation community, we can work together to take the healthcare simulation industry to new heights! As website currently engages over 45,000 clinical simulationists, educators, technologists, technicians, administrators, and learners across the world each and every month, all contributed healthcare simulation articles help to support the adoption and increased utilization of clinical simulation. Apply here!

Regarding specific article content, readers are interested in a variety of topics ranging from healthcare simulation product reviews, resource updates, industry news, clinical simulation education, book summaries, research findings, professional development opportunities, and medical simulation conference coverage. Ideal guest authors should have extensive background knowledge and/or experience related to healthcare simulation, and who hope to support other clinical simulation champions. Prior experience writing blog articles is ideal as well.

The goal is that these articles are both authoritative and comprehensive as they related to healthcare simulation subject matter. As per the Style Guide, all submitted articles are expected to be approximately 1,000 words and written with proper grammar and punctuation. is especially interested in working with authors who can commit to consistent contributions, or who are flexible on the frequency of article submission. If hired, guest authors can anticipate expected deadlines for article submissions, with dates clearly communicated well in advance. Compensation is dependant upon background, experience, and availability. Those interested in contributing articles to should complete this short application form.

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Examples of Contributing Expert Author Articles

“More than a Job: The Ongoing Professionalization of Healthcare Simulation” by Jeanne Carey, RN, CHSE-A: Professionalization is often seen as a noble goal for emerging knowledge occupations. The professionalization process is generally a long one, with no one clear path forward. Some occupations journey this road for many years, navigating detours along the way. Healthcare simulation is a technique that creates a situation or environment to allow persons to experience a representation of a real healthcare event for the purpose of practice, learning, evaluation, testing, or to gain an understanding of systems or human actions. A simulationist is a person who is involved in the design, implementation, and/or delivery of healthcare simulation activities (Lioce et al., 2016). The following article takes a look at the ongoing process of defining healthcare simulation as a profession and simulationists as professionals. Read more.

“Significant Reduction in Malpractice Claims After Medical Simulation Training” by TIffani Chidume, DNP, RN, CCRN-K, CHSE, CHSOS: Healthcare simulation and the practice’s related benefits cannot be denied. The growing demands for clinical spaces for those in the healthcare discipline are evident in nursing programs and medical schools. Healthcare simulation reaches far beyond the use for learners and expands to credentialed personnel as a way to refresh, increase confidence, and validate essential skills of a particular discipline or medical specialty. This article will discuss the benefits of healthcare simulation for Ob-Gyns, and will explain how the use of clinical simulation can help reduce instances of medical malpractice and subsequent claims. Read more.

“Bringing Clinical Simulation & Active Learning Strategies into the Classroom During COVID-19” by Amy Curtis, RN, MSN, Ph.D., CHSE: The COVID-19 pandemic brought many changes to the world, including those necessary at educational institutions. For instance, many educators were forced to convert in-person learning to completely remote in a matter of days or weeks. Clinical simulation has been a mainstay in academia, even prior to the pandemic, and was ultimately thrust into the forefront when COVID-19 hit the United States. Faculty were then challenged to provide meaningful and innovative classroom activities to meet course outcomes. Further, many educational programs, especially healthcare-related programs that are traditionally hands-on, were particularly challenged. Read more.

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“ interviewe le président de SoFraSimS, le professeur Dan Benhamou” par Fouad Marhar: Cette semaine, discute avec le Professeur Dan Benhamou, MD, PhD, responsable du pôle médico-universitaire d’anesthésie-réanimation de l’université Paris-Saclay. Il est aussi président de l’IQS (Institut de la qualité et sécurité en santé) et de la SoFraSimS (Société Francophone de Simulation en santé) depuis bientôt 4 ans. Président de l’institution MAPAR (Mise au point en anesthésie réanimation) active depuis 40 ans dans la pédagogie en anesthésie-réanimation, le Professeur Dan Benhamou nous a livré, le temps d’une discussion riche et passionnante son point de vue sur la simulation en santé en France, et au-delà. Dans cette interview, explore avec l’expert du jour l’avenir de la simulation en France, sa place à l’internationale et les implications liées au COVID-19. Lire la suite.

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Started in 2010 by Lance Baily, former Director of the Nevada System of Higher Education’s Clinical Simulation Center of Las Vegas and Founder / Advisor to, the resource website has provided well over 2,000,000 page views of medical simulation specific content through thousands of daily articles to hundreds of thousands of healthcare professionals from around the globe. The HealthySim writing team has shared their passion for simulation in healthcare by writing an article every workday, Monday through Friday for almost ten years. loves supporting healthcare professionals utilizing healthcare simulation to improve educational, training, and patient safety outcomes — and at no cost to readers! This resource simply asks that readers consider sharing links across their own social media accounts to generate a greater awareness regarding the field of clinical simulation.

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