Let's Talk SIMINACSL is excited to announce the launch of our first-ever podcast series, Let's Talk SIM! Each episode will feature an interview with innovators in the field of simulation to discuss new methodologies, the current and future state of the field, learning resources, and inspiring stories. INACSL is dedicated to advancing the science of healthcare simulation, and this podcast is an extension of our passion for simulation.

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Meet Our Season Three Podcast Host

Lori Greer

Lori Greer, MSN, RN, CHSE is the Simulation Coordinator for the Holli Counts and Joseph Grendy's Family Simulation Center at Erlanger Health in Chattanooga, Tennessee. She has had the privilege of serving in the roles of simulation coordinator and nursing faculty in her previous work at the University of Texas at Tyler School of Nursing and LeTourneau University School of Nursing in Longview, Texas. Her passion for simulation began in 2005, when she was first introduced to a high-fidelity simulator and incorporated this experience into her capstone project in graduate school. She has been a member of the INACSL Membership Committee for several years and is also a member of the Deans, Directors, and Managers SIG and part of the new Fireside Chat Committee. 

Season Three

Episode One: Scenario Design 101: Meeting the Standards

Kicking off season three of Let’s Talk SIM, host Lori Greer, MSN, RN, CHSE meets with Jane Paige, RN, PhD, CNE, CHSE, Professor and Program Director at the Milwaukee School of Nursing to discuss the mechanics of building scenarios. Listen as they touch on the Review Tool for Evaluating the Design and Implementation of Simulations using Best Practices, interprofessional simulation scenarios, and advice for those developing training programs.


Episode Two: Critical Conversations in Simulation

Listen as host Lori Greer, MSN, RN, CHSE touches on critical conversations in healthcare simulation with guest Mary Fey, PhD, RN, CHSE-A, FAAN, ANEF in the second episode of season three. Dr. Fey shows us what the nursing education paradigm shift should look like, the 3 C’s of simulation, and teaching the nursing students of today.


Season Two With Kyle Johnson

Kyle Johnson, PhD, RN, CHSEOur host, Kyle Johnson, PhD, RN, CHSE is an Associate Dean for Simulation & Associate Professor at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Nursing, a Covenant Health System Endowed Chair in Simulation and Nursing Education, and an AACN Jonas Nurse Scholar Alumni. Dr. Johnson’s passion for healthcare simulation is focused on advancing the science of simulation through research on the observer role and observational learning methods in simulation, psychometric testing of knowledge instruments, and faculty development in debriefing and the relationship with student outcomes.

Season Two Episodes:


Season One With Jennifer Alderman

Jennifer Alderman, PHD, RNC-OB, CNL, CNE, CHSE

Our host, Jennifer Alderman, PHD, RNC-OB, CNL, CNE, CHSE is a Clinical Associate Professor at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Nursing and co-chair of the INACSL Membership Committee. For more than a decade, Dr. Alderman has used simulation as an innovative teaching strategy, incorporating many modes of simulation including high fidelity, low fidelity, and virtual. Dr. Alderman has expertise in leadership, quality and safety, and interprofessional education, often using simulation to link these areas.

Season One Episodes: