ACE.P is NLN's newest addition to the Advancing Care Excellence for Vulnerable Populations (ACE) series. The three ACE.P unfolding cases, each with 3 simulation scenarios, focus on the special needs of vulnerable children the areas of autism, child abuse, oral health, nutrition, bullying and teenage depression. Thanks to a generous grant from the Hearst Foundations, they are free for faculty to use and modify to meet curricular needs and available at http://www.nln.org/professional-development-programs/teaching-resources/ace-p.
This three and a half day instructive and interactive forum is designed for faculty beginning work in simulation and searching for a solid foundation in simulation education. The Institute for Simulation Educators will provide faculty with the knowledge and skills to use simulation to its full potential, with an emphasis on enhancing student learning.
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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