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November 24, 2014

Example of Simulation Lab Faculty, Staff and Learner Roles & Responsibilities Breakdown

Available below is one of numerous program policies and procedures guides our team developed while I was director of the  Clinical Simulation Center of Las Vegas. These guidelines were created in-order to maximize the results of simulated learning experiences, which requires the coordination of many “moving parts”. Here are a few excerpts from the document:

Staff responsibilities [...]

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December 26, 2012

Clinical Simulation Educator Certificate Program

Bryan Health offers our community a certificate program for clinical facilitators of medical simulation.  Bryan Health’s website suggests that their graduate level certificarte program is the answer for faculty seeking to become better facilitators of high-fidelity simulation.

This course is taught by faculty who include educators who have served on the INACSL board of [...]

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June 5, 2010

Ready for your Close-Up: How to Overcome ‘Camera-shy’ Simulation Learners

A stranger shows up unannounced at your house Saturday morning with a camera crew.  He requests to video an immediate interview in your house about your greatest weaknesses. Would you let them in without a single hesitation?

Now, do you expect your simulation learners to answer that question any differently?

Simulation asks a lot from learners, much [...]

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