WELCOME TO INACSL

Nursing's Portal To Clinical Simulation

The International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation & Learning promotes research and disseminates evidence based practice standards for clinical simulation methodologies and learning environments.

 

WELCOME TO INACSL

Nursing's Portal To Clinical Simulation

The International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation & Learning promotes research and disseminates evidence based practice standards for clinical simulation methodologies and learning environments.

 

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Salute to Simulation Pioneer Dr. Stephen Abrahamson

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Evaluating Spanish Proficiency among Interprofessional...

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Authoring Simulations for High-Stakes Student Evaluation

Janet Willhaus, Gail Burleson, Janice Palaganas, Pamela Jeffries
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Using a Standardized Patient to Teach Fall Safety

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The Use of Interprofessional Simulation among Chronic Pediatric...

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Documentation in Contemporary Times: Challenges and Successes in Teaching

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Immersive Clinical Simulation in Undergraduate Health...

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Situated Cognition as a Learning Framework for International End-of-Life Simulation

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We are working on a video retention policy. Any input, suggestions would is appreciated. Our interest is in academic, research, and accreditation considerations. 
Thanks ~~ Leland J. Rockstraw, PhD, RNAssociate Professor & Assistant Dean, Simulation, Clinical & Technology Learning Operations

Using the seven INACSL Standards of Best Practice for Simulation as a guide, has anyone developed a tool or instrument to evaluate the design and conducting of simulations? I would like to use such a tool evaluate the incorporation of best practices into the design of simulations and how faculty incorporate best practice into running simulations and debriefings. Associate Professor at Milwaukee School of Engineering

Hi everyone, I am looking for feedback if and/or how you could run 3 different groups of students in 3 different simulation labs at the same time with the same scenario (i.e. Sim coordinator can't be at the 3 labs at once)? William Jun, RN, BSN, MSN, RN-BCProfessor Nursing Informatics, Clinical Applications Specialist, ANCC Board Certified, Peer Reviewer

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