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September 23, 2020

Need to Know: Safety Protocols to Return to In-Person Clinical Simulation Learning

With vaccine trials happening to create immunity to the coronavirus, getting back to in-person learning may be closer than it seemed this past summer. At the same time, educators and students can’t completely rely on a vaccine, of course. Not everyone may be able to be vaccinated, and there may be people who decline vaccination. [...]

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July 24, 2020

SAGE’s Simulation & Gaming Journal Brings Unique Perspective to Healthcare Simulation

In healthcare the methodology of simulation, while by no means new, is globally underdeveloped when compared to other high-stakes performance industries such as the military, aviation, mining, space travel, oil and gas and more. As such, learning from other industries that have fully adopted simulation, to the point of simulators that are literally regulated by [...]

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June 4, 2020

How One Nursing Educator Tuned In to Virtual Reality

What is virtual reality’s benefit in the education experience for nursing students? Today, we share a submitted healthcare simulation article from Today’s article, by guest author Laurie Gelardi, DNP, CCNS, CPNP, NNP, Assistant Professor at California State University of Northridge, looks to question and answer “what is virtual reality’s benefit in the education experience for [...]

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March 13, 2020

Multiple Patient Clinical Simulation Scenarios Prepare Learners for Real Practice

Let’s face it, multi-patient healthcare simulation training is the most similar to what students will be facing out in the real world. Such specialized simulated training can help bring all learner clinicals and practice into focus so that they effectively care for all of the patients they are in charge of. As multi-patient nursing simulation [...]

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