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How Transparency Supports Simulation Learning

This post was written by Robin Gosdin, RN, Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) Program Director and Instructor at Cleburne Independent School District (ISD), which is in Cleburne, Texas. She began...

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Entering the Realm of Simulation: An Educator’s Perspective

The decision to complete an RN-MSN program led me to Robert Morris University, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and into healthcare simulation at the Research and Innovation in Simulation Education...

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Art and Science of Developing a Scenario Library

Any paramedic program has the critical task of developing a specific scenario library. The development process must look at many factors including: the conditions to be covered, age group of...

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Moulage: Evidence Based, Best Practice for Immersive Learning

 

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5 Tips for a Successful Interview

An interview is an important step in evaluating candidates and making the best hiring decision for a team. Whether you are interviewing at a school, for an internship, or for a professional...

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Healthy Simulation: A Medical Simulation Resource Relaunches with New Features

The newly redeveloped healthcare simulation resource website HealthySimulation.com has launched! The website, newsletter, and branding have all been updated (check out the new logo!), and the site...

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Seriousness in Simulation: Simulated Participants

The foundation of healthcare simulation is patient safety. In the not-so-distant past, students learned primarily from lectures and textbooks, with a smattering of skills practice before being...

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Top 5 Employment Law Matters Managers Should Know

Managers share an important role with Human Resources professionals to ensure their team and company are remaining compliant with numerous employment laws.

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Trauma Center Simulation Solutions

Posted on May 31, 2017 by Guest Poster

While emergency rooms can take care of most health emergencies and injuries, an ER (or ED, for emergency department) with an integrated trauma center increases the level of care and chances of...

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EMS: Staying Safe and Strong

Posted on May 23, 2017 by Guest Poster

Since 1973, EMS practitioners have been critical component of emergency medicine and the public health safety net.

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