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The webinar, “Collaboration for Simulation Program and Professional Development: Case Studies Representing Innovation Through Academic and Clinical Partnership,” previously scheduled for December 15th, has been canceled.


Please monitor your email over the next few weeks for announcements about new educational webinars coming up in January.

The webinar, “Collaboration for Simulation Program and Professional Development: Case Studies Representing Innovation Through Academic and Clinical Partnership,” previously scheduled for December 15th, has been canceled.

Please monitor your email over the next few weeks for announcements about new educational webinars coming up in January.

The webinar, “Collaboration for Simulation Program and Professional Development: Case Studies Representing Innovation Through Academic and Clinical Partnership” previously scheduled for December 15th has  been canceled.

Please monitor your email over the next few weeks for announcements about new educational webinars coming up in January.

Susan Hébert, MSMS, RN, CHSE

Simulation Director

The University of Tennessee, Knoxville

College of Nursing

Preventing and Limiting Secondary Stress in Medical and Nursing Practice

Wednesday, October 20, 2021
2:00 PM ET

Webinars are one hour in length. Space is limited.

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PRESENTED BY

Robert J. Wicks, Psy.D.

Professor Emeritus
Loyola University Maryland

Session Overview

Over the last decade, simulation has exploded into the arena of health care education in both academic and clinical settings. However, those not currently using simulation but who desire to do so often lack the resources or knowledge to begin when tasked with developing a simulation program or onboarding health care professionals in simulation best practices.

This presentation delivers case studies from several academic and clinical simulation collaborations to exhibit how one program consults regional academic and clinical partners in simulation program and educator professional development. The content includes why collaborations were the ideal approach, how partnerships were established, and details of the collaborative partnerships created.

Additional items discussed will consist of the necessary content to create a simulation program comprising policies and procedures, the evolvement of simulation champions and committees, professional development for simulation educators, and sustaining best practices within the program.

Over the last decade, simulation has exploded into the arena of health care education in both academic and clinical settings. However, those not currently using simulation but who desire to do so often lack the resources or knowledge to begin when tasked with developing a simulation program or onboarding health care professionals in simulation best practices.

This presentation delivers case studies from several academic and clinical simulation collaborations to exhibit how one program consults regional academic and clinical partners in simulation program and educator professional development. The content includes why collaborations were the ideal approach, how partnerships were established, and details of the collaborative partnerships created.

Additional items discussed will consist of the necessary content to create a simulation program comprising policies and procedures, the evolvement of simulation champions and committees, professional development for simulation educators, and sustaining best practices within the program.

Key Learning Objectives:

1. Identify and recommend components for planning a high-fidelity video-assisted debriefing simulation with/without EHR including multiple simulated patients: simulation template with alignment map, video capture and bookmarking, structured debriefing with/without video.

2. Share all above components with audience including photos of video capture and bookmarking.

3. Discuss benefits/limitations to using video-assisted debriefing and a simulated EHR within a high-fidelity simulation experience.

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The Global Institute for Simulation Training

The educational arm of
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