July 19, 2022By Lance Baily

Healthcare Simulation Experts: Submit a Webinar Abstract Today!

HealthySimualtion.com’s LEARN platform is an incredibly useful resource for clinical simulation professionals and learners looking to gain industry knowledge or sharpen their skills. This is because the platform provides a number of healthcare simulation webinars that range in topics from moulage to medical administration simulation and even trauma simulation. By showcasing such webinars, HealthySimulation.com’s LEARN platform is able to relay the knowledge of numerous clinical simulation experts from around the world. Without their webinar design, curation, and presentation, much of the content would not be possible. Therefore, HealthySimulation.com encourages more medical simulation experts to submit healthcare simulation webinar abstracts today to continue to bring important clinical simulation information to simulationists worldwide.

Overall, the webinar abstract submission process is simple and straightforward. All healthcare simulation experts must do to submit an abstract is to visit this HealthySimulation.com webpage and read the available instructions. Depending on the topic and the presenters’ credentials, some webinars may even be eligible as CEs/CMEs! (More information can be found on RN CE eligibility on the CA.gov website.)

As part of the submission process, clinical simulation experts are expected to provide details about themselves including their credentials, position, company, a short bio, and any necessary disclosures. As for their presentation, those completing the submission should include a proposed webinar title, date, and time that would be best to record the live webinar, an abstract, and a one-sentence summary.

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They should also add three learning objectives and a suggested learner level (beginner, intermediate, advanced). Further, each presenter must make note of whether their presentation has been given before, and if so, at what event or through which organization (i.e. INACSL, SimGHOSTS, ASPiH, IMSH, etc.) Ultimately, after a submission, HealthySimulation.com will maintain the responsibility to market, host, record, and distribute each Zoom webinar to the global medical simulation community!

Presentation Submission Process

  1. Read our Terms of Submission policy which covers how:
    1. You maintain ownership of the presentation Intellectual Property (IP).
    2. You have rights and permissions to grant HealthySimulation.com a non-compensating global license to receive, promote, host, record, market, and distribute your presentation.
    3. You can request to have your presentation removed at any point with 30 days’ notice.
  2. Create and submit your presentation abstract materials through the form on this page. You do not need a subscription to submit a presentation.
  3. Schedule two dates and times that would work best for you to record the presentation to a live audience.
  4. Share an invitation to your professional network to join you for the webinar.
  5. Record your presentation (once it has been accepted) via HealthySimulation.com’s Zoom Meetings account.
  6. Replay your presentation to colleagues all over the world with ongoing reminders to HealthySimulation.com’s global audience.

Presentation Nursing CE Eligibility: To be eligible for Nursing CE Contact Hours by the CA BRN (CEP#17566) your webinar must either be:

  • Related to direct and/or indirect patient/client care, or
  • Related to the scientific knowledge and/or technical skills required for the practice of nursing.

HealthySimulation.com Webinar Examples

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Creating A Simulation Center Costing Model: Can You Afford Not To?: Presented by Kerri Oshust MRT (MR), MBA, this one-hour, intermediate webinar explains why creating a costing model is essential to scale and operate a successful healthcare simulation center. Learning objectives include:

  • Describe what a costing model is and why it’s important to a medical simulation center.
  • Determine the information needed to build an effective costing model for simulation in healthcare.
  • Explain the process used to build a clinical simulation costing model including lessons learned and important tips.

Beyond the Simulation Lab: Designing Immersive Virtual Reality Simulations: Presented by Maria D’Errico DNP, APRN, FNP-BC, CHSE, this one-hour, intermediate workshop discusses how the operations specialist and educator can collaborate in designing immersive VR simulations with UbiSim. Learning objectives include:

  • Identify the benefits of utilizing immersive VR simulation.
  • Discuss how operations specialists and educators can collaborate when designing virtual simulations.
  • Analyze the process of designing a simulation scenario for the immersive VR environment.

Healthcare Performance Under Stress: What If Failure Is Not An Option?: Presented by Allan J. Hamilton, MD, FACS, FAANS, this one-hour, beginner webinar (with 1 Contact Hour of RN CE) shows how the application of simulation training can be used to “harden” the healthcare learner and provider to reduce their vulnerability. The presenter will draw on his own experience of developing simulation training for elite, rapid insertion units of the U.S. military and how these lessons can be applied to healthcare simulation training and assessment. Learning objectives include:

  • Be able to describe the effects of stress on healthcare providers and healthcare learner performance.
  • Describe two mechanisms whereby clinical simulation training can protect healthcare providers and learners against the erosive effects of stress.
  • Develop an algorithm for progressive immersion in healthcare simulation to improve healthcare performance and patient care outcomes.

Debriefing Psychologically Stressful Simulations: A Different Perspective (1 Contact Hour of RN CE): Presented by Nicole Harder, Ph.D., RN, this one-hour, intermediate webinar shares a research study that developed a psychologically safe debriefing framework that helped nursing learners and newly graduated nurses to effectively process feelings and emotions following end-of-life simulation-based experiences (SBE). This research is especially important as there are no known SBE debriefing frameworks based on psychological safety that are purposely intended to debrief feelings and emotions following psychologically stressful SBEs. Learning objectives include:

  • Identify the components of a psychologically safe debriefing framework.
  • Apply a psychologically safe debriefing framework to emotionally or psychologically stressful simulation experiences.
  • Summarize the research related to the application of a psychologically safe debriefing framework following an end-of-life simulation.

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