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Featured Webinar: “Extending your Evaluations: Why Use Quality Assurance and SP Assessments”

The quality and consistency of evaluators has an important role in simulation-based training. Although there are many ways to evaluate your evaluators, two of the most effective methods are through inter-rater reliability and SP Performance Assessments. Want to learn more? Click … Read More

Featured Webinar: What COVID-19 Has Taught Us About the Observer Role in Simulation

Discover details on the current state of the science of the observer role and how faculty in health care education can continue to incorporate best practices for the observer role when we return to in-person simulation. … Read More

“Strategies to Promote Health Equity and Address Implicit Biases in Healthcare Education” Webinar Recap

We hope you were able to join us for our February webinar, “Strategies to Promote Health Equity and Address Implicit Biases in Healthcare Education,” presented by Kellie Bryant DNP, WHNP, CHSE, FAAN, Assistant Dean of Clinical Affairs and Simulation at … Read More

“Preventing and Limiting Secondary Stress in Medical and Nursing Practice” Webinar Recap

We hope you were able to join us for our October webinar, “Preventing and Limiting Secondary Stress in Medical and Nursing Practice,” presented by Gloria F. Donnelly, Ph.D., RN, FAAN, FCPP, Editor, Holistic Nursing Practice, Dean and Professor Emerita and … Read More

“Cognitive Load & Simulation: Research, Theories and Application to Simulation Practice” Webinar Recap

Thanks to everyone who joined us for our September webinar, “Cognitive Load & Simulation: Research, Theories and Application to Simulation Practice,” presented by Tracy Chesney, PhD(c), MSN-Ed, RN, CNE, CHSE, CHSOS, Simulation & VIRL Coordinator, Brookline College. Weren’t able to … Read More

“Developing Virtual Interprofessional Simulations Using the IPEC Core Competencies” Webinar Recap

We received great feedback for our August 12 webinar, “Developing Virtual Interprofessional Simulations Using the IPEC Core Competencies,” presented by Emily Frank, MS, OTD, OTR, Assistant Professor, MOT Program, University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences. If you couldn’t join … Read More

“Advanced Strategies for Reducing Bias in Scoring” Webinar Recap

We hope you enjoyed our June 16 webinar, “Advanced Strategies for Reducing Bias in Scoring,” presented by Cathy Smith, PhD, CHSE, Interprofessional and Simulation Educator, Baycrest, Toronto, Simulation Consultant; and Tony Errichetti, PhD, MA, SP Program Consultant, Narrative Medicine Practitioner … Read More

“Identifying and Remediating Standardized Patient Biases in Scoring” Webinar Recap

Thanks to everyone who joined us for our June 2 webinar, “Identifying and Remediating Standardized Patient Biases in Scoring,” presented by Cathy Smith, PhD, CHSE, Interprofessional and Simulation Educator, Baycrest, Toronto, Simulation Consultant; and Tony Errichetti, PhD, MA, SP Program … Read More

“Extending your Evaluations: Why Use Quality Assurance and SP Assessments” Webinar Recap

We received great feedback for our May webinar, “Extending your Evaluations: Why Use Quality Assurance and SP Assessments,” presented by Daniel J. Backlund, PhD, CHSOS, CHSE, Director of Simulation IT, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, F. Marie Hall SimLife … Read More

“What COVID-19 Has Taught Us About the Observer Role in Simulation” Webinar Recap

As the COVID-19 pandemic enters its second year and universities and colleges continue to deploy a variety of remote and hybrid learning contingencies, many administrators, faculty, and simulationists are examining the potential long-term implications of virtual learning on health care … Read More