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Build your excitement and start planning your experience because INACSL22 registration is open! Join us as we

 celebrate being Stronger. Together. and reconnecting with each other face to face (and virtually) after two years.

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Justify Your Attendance

In order to help justify your attendance with your supervisor, INACSL has created the below toolkit with tips and talking points, as well as a sample letter you can use.  

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Build Your INACSL22 Agenda

Explore the full education schedule of sessions and SIMinars offered during INACSL22. 

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Health and Safety 

Updated as of April 18, 2022 

INACSL supports the creation of a safe and healthy environment and encourages all attendees to act in the best interest of themselves and others when making the decision to join us in Milwaukee. At this time, we will not be requiring any proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test in order to attend the INACSL22 event. However, in line with the recommendations of the American Nursing Association (ANA) that all nurses be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, we strongly encourage all attendees to get vaccinated if they have not already prior to arriving in Milwaukee.

INACSL will follow the guidelines set by the state of Wisconsin and the city of Milwaukee in regards to masks and face coverings. Currently, the state of Wisconsin and the city of Milwaukee do not require masks indoors, however INACSL welcomes anyone who wishes to wear a mask throughout the event to do so, and fully supports the choices of all of our attendees. 

Conference Background 

The INACSL Conference is a leading forum for simulationists, 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 it relates to competencies, safety, and quality performance indicators, and advance the science of simulation. 

Conference Objectives

  • Experience the newest innovations in nursing simulation and learning resources while revisiting tried-and-true methodologies.
  • Explore future simulation opportunities using evidence-based practice.
  • Determine new directions for simulation and learning resource centers.
  • Explore strategies to integrate technology in curriculum and practice.
  • Examine the challenges of managing nursing simulation/learning resource centers.
  • Network with colleagues and experts. 


The International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.