April 7, 2023By Lance Baily

HealthySimulation.com Welcomes Two New Content Managers: Dr. Teresa Gore and Wesley Lockhart

This month HealthySimulation.com welcomes two new Content Managers Dr. Teresa Gore and Wesley Lockhart, who will be serving in their new positions following the departure of HealthySimulation’s previous Content Director Lindsey Nolen. The entire HealthySimulation.com team sends their appreciation and best wishes to Lindsey as she expands her business Social My Media out of Jacksonville, Florida. As Content Managers, Teresa and Wesley will be responsible for writing articles related to medical simulation and nursing simulation, editing reader and vendor submitted articles, providing summaries of the latest research in healthcare simulation, and showcasing the latest product updates in the healthcare simulation industry. Here we welcome Teresa and Wesley whose bios are below:

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Teresa Gore, PhD, DNP, APRN, FNP-BC, CHSE-A, FSSH, FAAN has experience in educating future nurses in the undergraduate and graduate nursing programs. Dr. Gore has a PhD in Adult Education, a DNP as a family nurse practitioner, and a certificate in Simulation Education. Dr. Gore is an innovative, compassionate educator and an expert in the field of healthcare simulation. In 2007l Teresa started her journey in healthcare simulation. She is involved in INACSL and SSH. She is a Past-President of INACSL and is a Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator Advanced (CHSE-A). In 2018, she was inducted as a Fellow in the American Academy of Nursing (FAAN).

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In 2021, Dr. Gore was inducted as a Fellow in the Society of Simulation in Healthcare Academy (FSSH) and selected as a Visionary Leader University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Nursing Alumni. During her career, Dr. Gore has led in the development and integration of simulation into all undergraduate clinical courses and started an OSCE program for APRN students. Her research interests and scholarly work focus on simulation, online course development and faculty development. She has numerous invited presentations nationally and internationally on simulation topics. On a personal note, Teresa lives in south Florida with her husband. She has two sons, one daughter-in-law, and 2 shelter dogs.

Wesley Lockhart, PhD.c, MSMS, CHSE, CHSOS has been involved in medical simulation for almost two decades, having started his simulation career as a Standardized Patient throughout high school and college. His first position out of college while preparing for medical school was a simulation technician at UC Riverside, he fell in love with medical simulation and the impact it could have on future providers and their future patients. After deciding against medical school, Wesley pursued a graduate degree in Medical Simulation from Drexel University, received his CHSE and CHSOS from SSH, and is currently a PhD candidate in Health Professions Education at MGH-IHP.

Currently, Wesley works as the Director of Simulation Education at the newly established University of Texas Tyler School of Medicine after 8 years at UC Riverside. His interests in medical simulation focus on the use of Artificial Intelligence, Virtual Reality, Mastery learning, Debriefing, and integration of medical simulation into established curricula. Wesley currently lives in East Texas with his wife Kristen, daughter Sophie, and 3 standard poodles. When not head down in a simulation scenario, Wesley enjoys video games, fantasy novels, escape rooms, and board games with friends.

Together, Wesley and Teresa bring a unique blend of healthcare simulation and educational expertise to the role of Content Manager. Alongside founder and CEO Lance Bailey, Teresa and Wesley will ensure that HealthySimulation.com remains the world’s premier Healthcare Simulation resource website.

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In addition to writing their own articles that appear on the website, the new Content Managers will assist community writers from across the medical simulation world in the development of new content articles that will provide fresh perspectives to the readers of the HealthySimulation. The Content Managers will also produce summarized digests of the latest healthcare simulation content and provide synopses of popular research articles that deal with medical education and simulation.

To work with Wesley and Dr. Gore, submit your healthcare simulation article for consideration in the world’s leading online healthcare simulation publication.

More About HealthySimulation.com

Founded in 2010 by Lance Baily, HealthySimulation.com is the world’s leading Healthcare Simulation resource website with daily news, CE online events, job listings, research highlights, conference recaps, product demos, vendor listings and more. HealthySimulation.com provides helpful resources for those utilizing medical simulation through its website, LMS CE platform, email newsletter, and social media accounts.

HealthySimulation.com is read by more than 40,000 visitors a month from all over the world, from rural EMS providers to leading Hospital CEOs, the U.S. Military and even NASA. The new HealthySimulation.com CE/CME LEARN platform provides thousands of healthcare professionals a month with the latest webinars, courses and online events unique to this emerging field. HealthySimulation.com provides advertising services to the world’s leading healthcare simulation manufacturers, distributors and service providers including CAE Healthcare, Education Management Solutions, SimX, Medical Shipment, Laerdal Medical, Sentinel U, TacMed Solutions, Avkin, UPMC’s WISER, HealthStream, Echo Healthcare, Nasco Healthcare, Surgical Science, Neosim, Intelligent Ultrasound, SimConverse, SimVS and many more.

HealthySimulation.com is media partners with the leading clinical simulation and patient safety organizations including but not limited to: The International Nursing Association of Clinical Simulation and Learning (INACSL), The Association for Simulated Practice in Healthcare (ASPiH), The Patient Safety Movement Foundation (PSMF), the International Society for Quality in Healthcare Association (ISQua), The Federacion Latinoamericana de Simulacion Clinica y Seguridad del Paciente (FLASIC), The Association of Standardized Patient Educators (ASPE), The National Patient Safety Board (NPSB) Advocacy Group, The Society in Europe for Simulation (SESAM), The New Zealand Association for Simulation in Healthcare (NZASH), The Gathering of Healthcare Simulation Technology Specialists (SimGHOSTS), Simulation Canada

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