For her work and dedication to the INACSL Simulation Education Program (ISEP).
For their contribution to the discipline and forward movement of simulation in a meaningful way through research and program innovation.
For her impact in her work to advance INACLS's mission, vision, and values. Latimer inspires, creates and leads a vision for local, regional, national and international environments through her publications and presentations.
For their leadership, expertise, and impact through their work overseeing the development of the INACSL Simulation Education Program (ISEP).
For her demonstration to commitment, innovation, creativity and high standards and exceptional contributions to the simulation. She remains positive, resilient, enthusiastic, and committed to excellence.
For the outstanding evidence of publication, dissemination, teaching, and innovative contributions to simulation education. Margaret Verkuyl has extensive experience with the development of simulation and the dissemination of all that she has learned and developed, and there is overwhelming evidence of the achievement of positive outcomes through the use of simulation within and academic setting.
Margaret has sustained a record of teaching excellence as a recognized name in Virtual Gaming Simulation (VGS) scholarship. She has over 20 publications related to the science of VGS, has led seven games and accrued over $200,000 in funding for this work. Most notably, her leadership has contributed to institutional branding for her organization, as Centennial College is renowned for innovation related to VGS in Nursing Education.
For his contribution to the knowledge of the effectiveness of virtual reality simulation through his research as evidenced by his creation of a virtual reality immersive experience and the testing of this experience on healthcare students. Additionally, Jean-Christophe Severotte’s expertise is sought by policy makers during the pandemic.
Jean-Christophe Servotte is specialized in intensive care and urgent medical aid, teacher and trainer in simulation. He is a scientific coordinator at the Center for Medical Simulation at the University of Liège. His research focuses on debriefing critical clinical situations and the simulation immersion process. He completed his training as a researcher and trainer in simulation with a Fellowship at the Center for Medical Simulation in Boston (Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital).
The hotels and conference centers agreed to make financial sacrifices to honor the safety and well-being of INACSL members. They allowed INACSL to postpone the on-site conference in Raleigh to 2024 with minimal financial repercussions due to the overwhelming issue of COVID 19.
Nancy Sullivan, Sandra M. Swoboda, Tonya Breymier, Laura Lucas, Janice Sarasnick, Tonya Rutherford-Hemming, Chakra Budhathoki, Suzan (Suzie) Kardong-Edgren
“Emerging Evidence Toward a 2:1 Clinical to Simulation Ratio: A Study Comparing the Traditional Clinical and Simulation Settings”
Jane Tyerman, Marian Luctkar-Flude, Leslie Graham, Sue Coffey, Ellen Olsen-Lynch
“A Systematic Review of Health Care Presimulation Preparation and Briefing Effectiveness”
2020 poster winners to be announced at the end of August