Call for 2023 LEARN Platform Webinar Abstracts
Last year, HealthySimualtion.com’s LEARN platform hosted a number of educational and insightful healthcare simulation webinar presentations, hosted by leaders across the medical simulation community. As the new year approaches, we are excited to work with even more clinical simulationists and industry professionals across the world. The goal of the LEARN platform is to be able to bring knowledge and awareness to learners worldwide. Thus, HealthySimulation.com is asking that medical simulation experts consider submitting healthcare simulation webinar abstracts to help support our mission to relay important clinical simulation information.
The webinar abstract submission process is simple and straightforward. All healthcare simulation experts must do to submit an abstract is 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 CA.gov.)
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. Those completing the submission should also include a proposed webinar title, date, and time that would be best to record the live webinar, an abstract, and a one-sentence summary.
They should add three learning objectives and a suggested learner level (beginner, intermediate, advanced) as well. 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.) After a submission, HealthySimulation.com will maintain the responsibility to market, host, record, and distribute each Zoom webinar to the global medical simulation community.
Healthcare simulation courses on the LEARN platform span a variety of topics. These topics include moulage, patient safety, operations, prebriefing, debreifing, remote learning, and virtual reality. Other clinical simulation presentations on the LEARN platform have covered scenario design, standardized patients, skills trainers, escape rooms, COVID-19, and much more.
Presentation Submission Process
- Read our Terms of Submission policy which covers how:
- You maintain ownership of the presentation Intellectual Property (IP).
- You have rights and permissions to grant HealthySimulation.com a non-compensating global license to receive, promote, host, record, market, and distribute your presentation.
- You can request to have your presentation removed at any point with 30 days’ notice.
- Create and submit your presentation abstract materials through the form on this page. You do not need a subscription to submit a presentation.
- Schedule two dates and times that would work best for you to record the presentation to a live audience.
- Share an invitation to your professional network to join you for the webinar.
- Record your presentation (once it has been accepted) via HealthySimulation.com’s Zoom Meetings account.
- 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
Expand Your Healthcare Simulation Program by Building Relationships: Presented by Angelia Lynn DeWeese, MSPH, CHSE, CSM, MOT, this one-hour, beginner webinar shows learners how to move their clinical simulation program forward by building relationships with key stakeholders, administrators, and champions. Intentionality with actionable relationship-building practices reaps great rewards in simulation program growth and development. In a three-year period, including COVID DeWeese’s team experienced a 50% increase in learners through their simulation center. Consistent, intentional relationship-building practices were part of the successful growth strategy.
APRN Faculty and Advanced Nursing Simulation: Benchmarks and Barriers: Presented by Shani Marks, AGACNP-BC, Ph.D. (c), CCRN, CHSE, this intermediate webinar discusses the history and progress of simulation integration in Advanced Practice Nurse education and some challenges APRN faculty continue to face. The presentation also provides an overview of the history of simulation in advanced practice nursing education, recent milestones in the area of simulation curriculum integration for APN educators as well as challenges that persist.
Putting It All Together: Enhancing Realism in Clinical Simulation Scenarios: Presented by Penni Eggers, M.Ed, CHSE, this one-hour, intermediate webinar covers how to utilize clinical simulation equipment to create a high-fidelity scenario and enhance realism in simulation-based training. The presentation will demonstrate how to “put it all together” with the use of manikins, confederates, and an iSimulate with actual field clinicians, in an interactive, immersive environment.
Improving Student Nurse Scores with Virtual Simulations: Presented by Hannah O’Handley, MSN, RN, CPNP, this one-hour, beginner webinar explores some of the best practices for using virtual simulation with undergraduate clinical nursing learners. Learning objectives include being able to comprehend the importance of instructor-engaged facilitation in the use of virtual clinical simulation with student nurses learning actively, and understanding the process of guiding and stimulating active learning in undergraduate student nurses during virtual simulation. Another objective is that learners become able to perceive the best practice for facilitating and implementing virtual simulation in clinical undergraduate nursing.
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HealthySimulation.com is the world’s premier Healthcare Simulation resource website, providing the latest news, CE/CME webinars and courses, conference coverage, research highlights, helpful guides, job listings, product demos, vendor connection services, community sharing, and more!
Started in 2010 by Lance Baily, the resource 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 HealthySimulation.com writing team has shared their passion for simulation in healthcare by writing over 4,000 articles so far!
HealthySimulation.com loves supporting healthcare professionals utilizing healthcare simulation to improve educational, training, and patient safety outcomes — and at no cost to readers! As an industry resource, the platform simply asks that readers consider sharing HealthySimulation.com links across their own social media accounts to generate a greater awareness regarding the field of clinical simulation. Questions? Email [email protected].
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Lance Baily, BA, EMT-B, is the Founder & CEO of HealthySimulation.com, which he started while serving as the Director of the Nevada System of Higher Education’s Clinical Simulation Center of Las Vegas back in 2010. Lance is also the Founder and acting Advisor to the Board of SimGHOSTS.org, the world’s only non-profit organization dedicated to supporting professionals operating healthcare simulation technologies. His new co-edited Book: “Comprehensive Healthcare Simulation: Operations, Technology, and Innovative Practice” is available now. Lance’s background also includes serving as a Simulation Technology Specialist for the LA Community College District, EMS fire fighting, Hollywood movie production, rescue diving, and global travel. He lives with his wife Dr. Abigail Baily in Las Vegas, Nevada with their newborn daughter and two crazy dachshunds.