INACSL and NLN continue with their collaboration on HomeGrown Solutions - cost effective ways to produce simulation situations. NINE NEW HomeGrown Solutions, reviewed and selected by a panel of simulation experts, have been posted on the SIRC site.
Members of our Leadership Development Program for Simulation Educators work on year-long projects with sim leader colleagues across the country to promote simulation initiatives in nursing education. A new resource based on these projects was recently posted to the SIRC - Resources page. Read more about the IPE Simulation Design Template to assist educators in the design and implementation of Interprofessional Simulations. Click here to view it now.
Featured CourseBeyond Basic Debriefing
This course was designed to challenge educators to expand debriefing skills beyond the basics. Educators are being continuously tasked with modifying what and how they teach to facilitate students in acquiring the knowledge, skills, and attitudes essential to be safe, competent practitioners in the ever-fluctuating health care environment. The course will include: content on briefing as a component of the debriefing process; simulation activities where debriefing may expand participant outcomes; and different debriefing techniques, which may be combined, to increase participant competencies. Educators will develop a debriefing quality improvement plan.
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