Kim Leighton PhD, MSN, Assistant Dean, Research and Simulation Faculty Development DeVry Medical International and Research Advisor for the International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning is looking for some assistance with upcoming research:
As many of you are aware, we have been working to develop a Facilitator Competency Rubric for simulation facilitators. Even [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]