September 29, 2020By Jean Morzy

Modality of Clinical Simulation: Making It Matter

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October 27, 2020 at 10:00 AM, Pacific Coast Time Zone

Presented by: Jean Morzy MSN, RN CHSE

Presentation Abstract

The significant learning experience healthcare simulation can offer is nothing that needs to be explained to this audience. As the development plans for simulation-based learning experiences are created, taking time to understand how fidelity and modality will influence the learners’ experience is an important step not be over-looked. Additionally, consider how simulation bias may influence your learners’ experience as you prepare to facilitate an open, safe learning environment.

Duration (Hours): 1
Type of Offering: Webinar
Teaching Method: Lecture with Slide Presentation

Learning Objectives

  1. Refresh supportive reasoning for using simulation
  2. Recognize the connection between fidelity and modality
  3. Describe the effects of simulation bias on simulation-based learning experiences

Suggested Learner Level: Beginner

Presenter Biography

Jean Morzy MSN, RN CHSE
Manager of Simulation Center
Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin

I started my career as an RN working mostly in Pediatrics and Adult Cardiology & Med/Surg. units. I fell in love with simulation over 14 years ago when I returned to my Alma Mater, Alverno College, to work with undergraduate nursing students. Since that time, I have worked in all of the various roles that simulation has to offer. I was one of the first in our state to achieve the CHSE certification. Four years ago, I began my dream job of managing a hospital-based simulation center from construction to our first simulation. Since then, we have grown to support over 45 hours of simulation/week. The last few years have been a whirlwind of learning for the Simulation Team I work alongside. We pride ourselves on following the simulation standards and work towards improving patient safety at our hospital every single day. I look forward to sharing what I have learned with the simulation community.



Category: Faculty/Staff
Tags: bias, clinical simulation, fidelity, learning modalities, learning modality, modality, new, proof, reasoning, sbe, selecting, selection, simulation based education, simulation bias, utilization