The INACSL Conference is a leading forum for simulation aficionados, researchers, and vendors providing the ideal environment to gain and disseminate current, state-of-the-art knowledge in the areas of skills/simulation operations and applications in an evidenced-based venue. Healthcare professionals will have the opportunity to network with colleagues and exhibitors, discuss best practices as relates to competencies, safety and quality performance indicators, and advance the science of simulation.
INACSL Conference, 2020
June 24-27, 2020
Conference Location: Raleigh Convention Center
Conference abstracts will be accepted August 15-October 15, 2019.
International attendees please check here for documents required to enter the United States.
Registration as a Full or One Day attendee is required to register for pre-con sessions.
|6 hours sessions||Tour|
|FULL CONFERENCE Rates||Before
|Undergraduate Student (non-faculty)||$400||$400||$400||$400|
|ONE DAY CONFERENCE Rates||Wed||Thurs||Fri||Sat|
Presented by Debra Nestel
Debra Nestel is Professor of Simulation Education in Healthcare, Monash University, and Professor of Surgical Education, Department of Surgery, University of Melbourne, Australia. Debra is Editor in Chief, Advances in Simulation, the journal of the Society in Europe for Simulation Applied to Medicine (SESAM). She is program lead for the Master of Surgical Education (Department of Surgery, University of Melbourne and Royal Australasian College of Surgeons) and Master of Surgical Science (University of Melbourne) and Graduate Certificate in Clinical Simulation (Monash University). Debra leads a national program for simulation educators – NHET-Sim and a virtual network in simulated patient methodology. Debra has published over 200 peer-reviewed papers in health professions education, edited books on simulated patient methodology (2015), healthcare simulation (2017), surgical education (to be published in 2019) and is working with colleagues on an edited book on research methods for healthcare simulation (for 2019)
Presented by John Marc O’Donnell
Dr. John O’Donnell is Professor and Chair of the Department of Nurse Anesthesia and Director of the Nurse Anesthesia Program at the University of Pittsburgh. His other role at the University of Pittsburgh is that of the Associate Director at WISER, the Winter Institute for Simulation Education, which is an internationally renowned simulation center. Dr. O’Donnell Co-Chairs the WISER Research Committee which oversees educational and safety research and was instrumental in WISER being fully accredited by the Society for Simulation in Healthcare (SSiH) in 2012 and 2017. O’Donnell was recently inducted as a Fellow of the SSiH and has served in numerous SSiH roles including Co-chair of the 2017 international meeting. O’Donnell served on the National Anesthesia Patient Safety Foundation Board of Directors from 2003 to 2015 and was recently appointed to a second term on the Board by Governor Wolfe where he serves as Chair of the Advanced Practice Committee. Dr. O’Donnell has received numerous honors and awards including the 2006 AANA National Program Director of the Year Award, the 2012 Pitt Chancellors Distinguished Teaching Award and the 2017 Pittsburgh Magazine Nurse Educator of the Year Award. John has published numerous articles and book chapters and was the lead author of the 2009 AHA Structured and Supported Debriefing method- sometimes called GAS Debriefing. As part of his international work, he co-authored iSIM (Improving Simulation Instructional Methods) which has been offered in more than 20 nations and has been translated into multiple languages. He has been PI of multiple educational and Research Grants having received more than 3 million dollars in funding during his career. He is currently working with a team of engineers on a new augmented reality simulator called “BodyExplorer™ and has formed Lumis Corp. in order to bring this new device to market.
The International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning(INACSL) is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Acreditation.