Simulation Leader Directory

This is a directory of individuals who have completed the Leadership Program for Simulation Educators, a year-long NLN program directed by Dr. Pamela Jeffries. Twenty individuals per year are accepted into this highly competitive program. This directory identifies their specific areas of simulation expertise and scholarship along with contact information. They are available for collaboration and consultation.

More information about the Leadership Program for Simulation Educators can be found at http://www.nln.org/facultyprograms/leadershipinstitute.htm



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Alfes, Celeste



Celeste Alfes

Year of Participation in Leadership Program for Simulation Educators

2012

Education (Degree, Focus Areas, Year)

DNP 2010 Nursing Education: Case Western Reserve Univ
MSN 1989 Nursing Education: University of Akron
BSN 1987: University of Akron

Current Employer/Affiliation

Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing, Case Western Reserve University: Cleveland, Ohio

Assistant Professor
Director of the Learning Resource Center & Simulation
NLN Ambassador

Most Recent/Selected Simulation-related Publications/Presentations

1. Alfes, C. M. (2013). Nursing alumni as standardized patients: An untapped resource. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 9 (12), e593-e597. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ecns.2013.05.001.

2. Alfes, C. M., Manacci, C. F. (2014).Taking simulation to new heights: Designing a flight simulation center, Clinical Simulation in Nursing.

3. Alfes, C. M.; Manacci, C. F., Suzuki, S. (2014). Academic exchange promotes simulation activities in Japan, The International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation & Learning.

4. Alfes, C. M., Conrad, M., Sullivan-Mann, J., Ford, C. B.,Weaver, A.(2014). The
journey of transitioning to a simulation nurse leader in Ohio. Innovations in Nursing Education by Linda Carputi, National League for Nursing, Washington, D.C.

5. Alfes, C. M., Aronson, B., Bethards, M., Chesney, T., DeLuna, R.,Newton, R., Weaver, A. (2014). NLN's simulation leaders give SIRC bibliography site a makeover. Nursing Education Perspectives.

Other Accomplishments

Simulation:
Partnering with Flight Nursing Faculty at CWRU to develop the first fully articulating flight simulator adapting a Sikorsky S76 helicopter for training Acute Care Nurse Practitioners in Flight Nursing.

Research:
Alfes, C. M. (2013). Standardized patient versus role play strategies: A comparative study measuring patient-centered care and safety in psychiatric mental health nursing.National League for Nursing Education Research Grant: Joyce Griffin-Sobel Grant Recipient, June 14, 2013, $20,000.00 through 12/31/2014.

Availability for Consulation or Collaboration

International Simulation Consultation: Aichi Medical University: School of Nursing: Nagoya, Japan 2012-Present

Contact Information

Celeste M. Alfes DNP, MSN, RN
Assistant Professor
Director, Learning Resource Center
Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing
Case Western Reserve University
10900 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, Ohio 44106-4904
Email: cms11@case.edu
Office: 216.368.4812
Fax: 216.368.3542
LRC Website: http://fpblrc.case.edu/index.shtm
Faculty Website: http://fpb.case.edu/Faculty/Alfes.shtm

Aronson, Barbara

Barbara Aronson 

Year of participation in Leadership Program for Simulation Educators

2011-2012

Education (Degree, Focus areas, Year)

Hartford Hospital School of Nursing 1976 Diploma
Saint Joseph College-Magna Cum Laude 1991 BSN
University of Hartford (4.0 GPA) 1993 MSN
University of Massachusetts 2005 Ph.D. (Nursing)

Current Employer/Affiliation

Barbara Aronson Ph.D., RN, CNE
Professor
Coordinator, Ed.D. in Nursing Education
Department of Nursing
Southern Connecticut State University
(203) 392-6496

Most Recent/Selected Simulation-related Publications/Presentations

Presentations
Competency Assessment in Simulated Response to Rescue Events- Co-presenters: Barbara Glynn and Timothy Squires
Oral presentation- American Association of Colleges of Nursing Baccalaureate Education Conference (2010)
Oral presentation-14th Annual Evidence Based Practice Conference (2010)
Poster presentation Drexel University Nursing Education Institute (2011)
Poster presentation National League for Nursing Summit. (2011)
Oral presentation- Mu Beta Research Day (2011)

Take Your Simulation Teaching and Learning to a Higher Level: Competency Assessment Using Simulation
Co-presenters Barbara Glynn and Timothy Squires
Oral Presentation Three Rivers Community College (2010)
Workshops (two) Southern Connecticut State University (2011)

Enhancing Student Learning Through a Failure-to-Rescue Simulation Scenario Utilizing a Role Modeling Intervention
Co-presenters Barbara Glynn and Timothy Squires
Poster presentation ATI Education Summit (2014)

Publications
Aronson, B. Glynn, B. & Squires, T. (2012) Competency assessment in simulated response to rescue events. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 8 (7), e289-e295.

Aronson, B. Glynn, B. & Squires, T. (2013).Effectiveness of a Role-Modeling Intervention on student nurse simulation competency Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 9(4), e121-e126.

Other Accomplishments

Awards
Nightingale Award for Excellence in Nursing 2008
Connecticut Research Alliance: Excellence in Research Award 2010
National League for Nursing's Leadership Development Program for Simulation Educators 2011
Connecticut Nurses Association Diamond Jubilee Awards
Virginia Henderson Award For Excellence in
Nursing Research 2012
Hartford Hospital Nursing: Alumnae Spotlight Autumn 2013
Clinical Simulation in Nursing, Research Article of the Year
2014

Grant Activity
International Nursing Association of Clinical Simulation and Learning Debra Spunt Mini-Grant Award "The Effects of a Deliberate Practice Debriefing Model during a Response to Rescue High Fidelity Patient Simulation" Grant funded 11/13

Kwantlen University College Science & Technology Research Grants Program "The Effects of Deliberate Practice Model During a Response to Rescue High Fidelity Patient (HFPS) Simulation” Grant funded 2/14

Development and Psychometric Testing of a Simulation Competency Evaluation Tool
Principle Investigator: B. Aronson
Co-investigators B. Glynn and T. Squires 2008-2010

Assessing the Effect of a Role-Modeling Intervention on Student Nurse Simulation Competency
Co-applicant: Barbara Glynn
Funded by a SCSU Creative Activity Award program May, 2011

AHQR Advances in Patient Safety through Simulation Research
A Model in Simulation Training for Response-to-Rescue Events Grant submitted fall 2013

Availability for Consultation or Collaboration

grant writing
writing for publication
instrument development
doctoral education for academic nurse educators

Contact Information

aronsonb1@southernct.edu
https://www.southernct.edu/academics/schools/health/academic-programs/nursing/edd/

Averette, Mitzi




Mitzi Averette

Year of Participation in Leadership Program for Simulation Educators

2011-2012

Education (Degree, Focus Areas, Year)

2015 MSN - Leadership, Grand Canyon University
1997 BSN - Medical College of Georgia

Current Employer/Affiliation

Mitzi Averette, MSN, RN, CNE, CHSE
University of North Carolina Wilmington
Lecturer, Online BS-RN Program
Clinical/Simulation Faculty
Wilmington, NC

NLN Simulation Nurse Educator

Most Recent/Selected Simulation-related Publications/Presentations

Wilhaus, J., Averette, M., Gates, M., Jackson, J., Windnagel, S., (2014) Proactive Policy Planning for Unexpected Student Distress During Simulation, Nurse Educator, Vol. 39, No. 5, pp. 232-235.

2015 (Nov) Pre-Briefing: Setting the Stage for Optimal Learning. WellStar Simulation Summit, Atlanta, GA

2015 (June) Responding to Student Distress in Simulation - Do You Have a Policy? International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning Conference, Atlanta, GA.

2015 (June) Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator Prep Course - North Carolina Nurses Association and Southeastern Regional Area Health Education Center Workshop. Raleigh, NC

2015 (Mar) When Sim Goes Wrong - You Bought the Manikin, Now What - Best Practices in Advanced Simulation Conference, Greensboro, NC.

2014 (Oct) Faculty Development: Debriefing - North Carolina Nurses Association Simulation Council Meeting, Wilmington, NC

2014 (Oct) Simulation Resources - Networking, Best Practice Guidelines, Certification - North Carolina Community College System Conference, Raleigh, NC.

2014 (April) The Art & Science of Debriefing - Laerdal Simulation User Network Conference, San Diego, CA.

2014 (Mar) The Importance of Debriefing - 5th Annual "You Bought the Manikin, Now What?” Conference, Greensboro, NC.

2013 (Nov) Developing Leaders in Simulation Education - Sigma Theta Tau International Biennial Convention, Indianapolis, Indiana.

Other Accomplishments

Honors/Awards:

2014 Excellence in Teaching Award
Associate Degree Programs
Fayetteville Technical Community College

Grants/Scholarships:

2014 North Carolina Nurses Association
District 15 Education Scholarship ($1,500)

2013 Sigma Theta Tau International Foundation
Edith Anderson Leadership Grant ($750)


2013 North Carolina Nurses Assoc. - Sim Council
Special Projects Grant ($1,850)
Educational/Marketing materials - Sim Council

2012 NC Community College System- Perkins Grant
Faculty Development: Debriefing ($24,000)
Fayetteville Technical Community College

Availability for Consulation or Collaboration

Faculty Development
Collaboration/Networking

Contact Information

Mitzi Averette, MSN, RN, CNE, CHSE
averettem@uncw.edu


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Bambini, Deborah

Deborah Bambini

Year of Participation in Leadership Program for Simulation Educators

2013

Education (Degree, Focus Areas, Year)

MSN - Nursing Education, Women's Health - 1995
WHNP-BC - 1995
PhD - Family/Child Ecology - Adolescent development, 2005

Current Employer/Affiliation

Grand Valley State University

Most Recent/Selected Simulation-related Publications/Presentations

Presentations:
Oral Presentation, Connors, H. R., Bostrom, A. C., Bambini, D. R., Brownrigg, V., Dickson, C., Hall, D., McKelvey, K., Unleash the Power: Technology in Education and Practice, "Celebrating Outcomes of the Health Information Technology Scholars Program," National League for Nursing & Elsevier, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (October 26, 2013).

Poster, Bambini, D. R., Bostrom, A. C., NLN Technology Conference, "Integration of Virtual Psychiatric-Mental Health Clinical Experiences Across the Nursing Curriculum," National League for Nursing, Philadelphia, PA. (October 25, 2013).

Poster, Bambini, D. R., Van Doren, E. R., Concept-Based Curriculum Conference, "So, How DID You Do That? One College's Process for Creating and Implementing a Concept-Based Curriculum," American Association of Colleges of Nursing, San Antonio, TX. (November 16, 2012).

Poster, Bambini, D. R., Van Doren, E. R., Concept-Based Curriculum Conference, "So, How DID You Do That? One College's Process for Creating and Implementing a Concept-Based Curriculum," University of Kansas, Kansas City, Kansas. (October 5, 2012).

Poster, Bambini, D. R., Van Doren, E. R., Concept-Based Curriculum Conference, "The Challenges and Rewards of Changing to a," University of Kansas, Kansas City, Kansas. (October 5, 2012).

Poster, Bambini, D. R., Van Doren, E. R., Concept-Based Curriculum Conference, "Using Simulation to Support a Concept-Based Curriculum," University of Kansas, Kansas City, Kansas. (October 5, 2012).

Oral Presentation, Bambini, D. R., Central Regional HPSN, "CAE Healthcare/Elsevier Partnership to Advance Health Science Education," CAE Healthcare, Kansas City, MO. (June 14, 2012).

Oral Presentation, Bambini, D. R., Medical Mile Simulation Day, "Bringing simulation to life: How to make it happen Parts 1 & 2," CAE Healthcare, Grand Valley State University. (June 14, 2012).

Oral Presentation, Bambini, D. R., HPSN Annual 2012, "Using the Simulation Learning System to Enhance Student Learning," HPSN (Human Patient Simulator Network), Tampa, FL. (February 28, 2012).

Poster, Beel-Bates, C., Bambini, D. R., Collaborating Across Borders III, "A Pilot study: An interprofessional educational approach to polypharmacy in community-based older adults.," Collaborating Across Borders, Tuscon, AZ. (November 19, 2011).

Oral Presentation, Booth, A. D., Beel-Bates, C., Bambini, D. R., Grapczynski, C. A., Schuurman, S., Collaborating Across Borders III, "An interactive model for IPE with health professions students," Collaborating Across Borders, Tuscon, AZ. (November 19, 2011).

Grapczynski, C. A., Booth, A. D., Bambini, D. R., Schuurman, S., Beel-Bates, C., GVSU Interprofessional Conference, "Interprofessional Education and Practice," GVSU, Grand Rapids, MI. (January 2011).

Oral Presentation, Bambini, D. R., Booth, A. D., Beel-Bates, C., Grapczynski, C. A., Schuurman, S., Interprofessional Education and Practice: Central to Patient Safety, "A pilot study: Application of an interactive model for interprofessional education with health professions students.," Grand Valley State University, Grand Rapids, MI. (January 7, 2011).

Oral Presentation, Booth, A. D., Bambini, D. R., Interprofessional Education and Practice: Central to Patient Safety, "Using simulation to create an interprofessional experience for nursing & physician assistant studies students.," Grand Valley State University, Grand Rapids, MI. (January 7, 2011).


Publications:
de Voest, M., Raguckus, S., Bambini, D. R., & Beel-Bates, C. (2013). Interprofessional Teaching: An inter-university experience involving pharmacy and nursing students. Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning, 5, 450-457.

Bambini, D. R., Washburn, J. E., & Perkins, R. (2009). Outcomes of clinical simulation for novice nursing students: Communication, confidence, clinical judgement. Nursing Education Perspectives, 30(2), 79-82.

Jeffries, P., Bambini, D. R., Hensel, D., Moorman, M., & Washburn, J. E. (2009). Constructing experiential OB learning experiences using clinical simulations. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecological, and Neonatal Nursing, 38(5), 613-623.

Other Accomplishments

CNE
CHSE

Content Matter Expert for Elsevier's Simulation Learning System for Obstetrics, Fundamentals, and Health Assessment, Elsevier, Inc.

Authored a variety of simulation scenarios for Elsevier's Simulation Learning System for Obstetrics, Fundamentals, and Health Assessment, Elsevier, Inc.

2008 NLN HITS Scholar
2013 NLN Leadership Development Program for Simulation Leaders

Availability for Consulation or Collaboration

Simulation integration throughout the curriculum
Concept-based curriculum

Contact Information

Deborah Bambini, PhD, WHNP-BC, CNE, CHSE
301 Michigan, NE
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
616-331-3894
bambinid@gvsu.edu

Bedell-Pulito, Patricia



Patricia Bedell-Pulito

Year of participation in Leadership Program for Simulation Educators




2013

Education (Degree, Focus areas, Year)

BSN- State University of New York-Downstate Medical Center, 1978
MSN- Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, 2007
Certified Nurse Educator (CNE) since 2009
Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator (CHSE) -2015

Current Employer/Affiliation

Clinical Lab Specialist
Mercyhurst University - McAuley College of Associate Degree Studies
16 West Division Street
North East, PA 16428

Most Recent/Selected Simulation-related Publications/Presentations

2013 NLN Pre-summit - group presentation on progress toward revising NLN SIRC simulation template to include interprofessional competencies.

2013 NLN Technology Conference-Poster with NLN Leader sub-committee on revision of NLN SIRC simulation template to include interprofessional competencies,

Other Accomplishments

Involved in simulation since 2007. Worked with faculty to integrate simulation into PN and ASN curricula;

Availability for Consultation or Collaboration

Yes, especially for those just beginning to explore simulation as a teaching strategy.

Contact Information

pbedellpulito@mercyhurst.edu
www.mercyhurst.edu

Beroz, Sabrina T.

Sabrina T. Beroz

Year of Participation in Leadership Program for Simulation Educators

2015

Education (Degree, Focus Areas, Year)

Doctor of Nursing Practice -2015
MS Nursing Gerontological Nurse Practitioner- 1984
BS Nursing - 1981

Current Employer/Affiliation

Professor
School of Nursing
Montgomery College
7600 Takoma Avenue CF151E
Takoma Park, MD 20912

Most Recent/Selected Simulation-related Publications/Presentations

Most Recent Publication

Beroz, S. (Accepted for Publication). Exploring the performance outcomes of senior level nursing students in a multiple patient simulation. Nursing Education Perspectives.

Most Recent Presentations

Poster presentation- October 2015 "The Development of a Multiple patient Simulation Template” (Beroz, S., Kramasz, V., Morgan, P. & Sullivan, N.) NLN Technology Conference

Podium Presentation- September 2015 "Opening Doors to Leadership: NLN Innovative Leadership Programs” Co-presented with Dr. Janice Brewington. National League for Nursing Summit

Podium Presentation- June 2015 "Multiple Patient Simulation: Transition into Practice” Co-presented with Dr. Susan Forneris. Maryland Community College Simulation Users Network Conference

Research Presentation- May 2015 "Exploring the Performance Outcomes of Senior Level Nursing Students in a Multiple Patient Simulation” Marymount University Research Day

Other Accomplishments

July 2015. Appointed as faculty lead to a three million dollar, five year award to develop the Maryland Clinical Simulation Resource Consortium (authorized by Nurse Support Program II funded by Health Services Cost Review Commission and administered by Maryland Higher Education Commission) 2015-2020.

Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator (2014-present)


Availability for Consulation or Collaboration

Consultation: Faculty development in simulation, multiple patient simulation, transition into practice

Interested in collaborating with others on multi-site research projects

Contact Information

Sabrina.beroz@montgomerycollege.edu

Burk, Barbara



Barbara Burk

Year of Participation in Leadership Program for Simulation Educators

2013

Education (Degree, Focus Areas, Year)

• MSN 1989 Villanova University, Villanova, Pa, Focus: Nursing Education
• BSN 1981 Adelphi University, Garden City, NY
• RN Nursing Diploma 1974 Queens Hospital Center School of Nursing

Current Employer/Affiliation

Brookdale Community College, Lincroft, NJ Associate Professor (NLN Center of Excellence)

Most Recent/Selected Simulation-related Publications/Presentations

• Exploring IPE Through the Use of the NLN ACES Cases. National League for Nursing Education Summit, ACES preconference. September 18, 2013.
• Adaptation of Jeffries Simulation Template for Inter-professional Simulation: published on NLN SIRC site June 2015
• Exploring IPE Through the Use of the NLN ACES Cases. National League for Nursing Technology Conference. October 25-27, 2013. Philadelphia, PA. Poster presentation.

Other Accomplishments

• Certified Nurse Educator
• HITS Scholar
• Team STEPPS(c) Master Trainer
• Developed an IPE simulation with Respiratory therapy and nursing students.
• Developed an on-line faculty book club to promote interest in Gerontology nursing.

Availability for Consulation or Collaboration

IPE simulation

Contact Information

Barbara Burk, MSN, RN, CNE
Associate Professor
Brookdale Community College
765 Newman Springs Road
Lincroft, NJ, 07738
E-mail: bburk@brookdalecc.edu
Office: 732-224-2571
Fax: 732-224-2998

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Cason, Melanie

Year of Participation in Leadership Program for Simulation Educators

2013

Education (Degree, Focus Areas, Year)

MSN, Drexel University Leadership and Management 2006,Certified Nurse Educator, 2011, PhD student 2011-present. Special interests new graduate transition to practice, simulation evaluation, establishing practice partners with health care organizations.

Current Employer/Affiliation

Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston,SC
Simulation Nurse Educator College of Nursing
&
HealthCare Simulation South Carolina
Collaborative Partner Coordinator for state consortium.

Most Recent/Selected Simulation-related Publications/Presentations

INASCL 2014 Presentations. Simulation Bootcamp for Measurable Outcomes. Expert panel discussion on dyads for learning skills.

Other Accomplishments

INASCL Award of Excellence for Mentoring 2013

Availability for Consulation or Collaboration

Yes.

Contact Information

Melanie Leigh Cason MSN, RN, CNE
843-870-7316

Chesney, Tracy A.



Tracy A. Chesney

Year of Participation in Leadership Program for Simulation Educators

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Education (Degree, Focus Areas, Year)

Currently working on my PhD in Nursing at Duquesne University. Starting Dissertation in 2016 with a goal to complete by the end of 2017. Focus is centered on developing situational awareness as it relates to the deteriorating patient and the role simulation may have in addressing these issues.

MSN - The concentration was in Nursing Education.
Earned in 2005 from the University of New Mexico.

BSN earned in 1993 from the University of New Mexico.

Current Employer/Affiliation

Current Employer:
Brookline College - employed as the Simulation Lead Faculty.

Affiliation:
Arizona Simulation Network (AxSimNet)- President

Society for Simulation in Healthcare (SSH) - Internal Operating Committee Chairperson in the Nursing Section

International Nursing Association on Clinical Simulation in Learning (INACSL)

Sigma Theta Tau - Gamma Sigma Chapter

American Nurses Association

Arizona Nurses Association

National League of Nursing

Most Recent/Selected Simulation-related Publications/Presentations

Publications:
• Aronson, B., Bethards, M., Chesney, T., DeLuna, R., Newton, R., & Weaver, A. (2014) NLN's Simulation Leaders Give SIRC Bibliography Site a Makeover. Nursing Education Perspectives, 35(5), p. 340-341 (Sept-Oct 2014)

Presentations:
• Hinton, J. E. & Chesney, T. (2015). Scenario makeover: Meeting best practice standard in simulation. Optimizing Healthcare Simulation: Arizona Leads. Workshop at the Arizona Simulation Network 5th Annual Conference. Phoenix, AZ.
• Bethards, M., Carlson, B., Chesney, T., Gilbert, M., Limon, J. A. (2015). "Developing Interprofessional Education Scenarios.” Workshop presented at the International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare, New Orleans, LA
• Chesney, T. A. & Brooks, R. (2014). "Certification in Simulation.” Workshop at the Arizona Simulation Network 4th Annual Education Conference, Scottsdale, AZ
• Chesney, T. A. (2013). "Trends in Simulation”. Podium presentation at th Arizona Simulation Network 3rd Annual Education Conference, Mesa, AZ
• Chesney, T. A. & Uhrig, B. (2013). "Reforming the Measure of Competency: An Objective Approach in Simulation” Pre-conference workshop at the International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare, Orlando, FL
• Chesney, T. A. (2012). "Implementing an Interprofessional Multi-scenario Simulation experience.” Trends in Simulation, Laerdal Simulation Users Network (SUN), Chandler, AZ
• Chesney, T. A. (2012). "A Moment in Time”. Workshop at the Arizona Simulation Network 2nd Annual One-day conference, Grand Canyon University, Phoenix, AZ
• Chesney, T. A. (2012). "Simulation”. Faculty development workshop at Chamberlain College of Nursing, Phoenix, AZ
• Chesney, T. A., & Spat, T. (2012), "Out of the Silos and into the New Frontier; A journey in the development of an interprofessional simulation scenario experience.” Video presented at the International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare, San Diego, CA
• Chesney, T. A. (2011), "Simulation”. Faculty development workshop at Carrington College, Albuquerque, NM

Availability for Consulation or Collaboration

Available to assist with any consultation related to simulation.

Main interests in collaboration include interprofessional simulation experiences, competency development especially as it relates to situational awareness and cognitive overload as well as teaching skills for the novice nurse related to addressing the needs of the deteriorating patient.

Contact Information

Best email address is tracychesney3@gmail.com

Best phone number is 602-350-7031


Conrad, Martha A.

Martha A. Conrad

Year of Participation in Leadership Program for Simulation Educators

2010

Education (Degree, Focus Areas, Year)

MSN, Nursing, 1982
BSN, Nursing, 1975

Current Employer/Affiliation

The University of Akron
College of Health Professions
Akron, OH 44325

Most Recent/Selected Simulation-related Publications/Presentations

PUBLICATIONS
Celeste, A., Conrad, M., Bierly-Ford, C., Sullivan-Mann, J. and Weaver, M. "The Journey of Transitioning to a Simulation Nurse Leader in Ohio" for publication in Nursing Education Perspectives. November 26, 2012, Abstract Accepted for publication, awaiting issue.

King, A.; Ahmed, R. & Conrad, M. (2012). Improving Collaboration Among Medical, Nursing, and Respiratory Therapy Students Through Interprofessional Simulation. Journal of Interprofessional Care. Early Online, 1-3. DOI: 10.3109/13561820.2012.730076

King, A. & Conrad, M. Integrating Mental Model and Transactive Memory Theories into Simulated-based Interprofessional Education Programs. Journal of Interprofessional Care. Abstract submitted 2012.

Conrad, M., Guhde, J., Brown, D.,Chronister, C. & Ross-Alaolmolki, K. (2011) Transformational Leadership: Instituting a Nursing Simulation Program. Clinical Simulation in Nursing.7,3189-3195. doi:10.1016/J.ECNS.2010.02.007

PRESENTATIONS
"Debriefing” Webinar, One hour, sponsored by the National League for Nursing, November 14, 2013. (Invited presentation)

"What Works for IPE Activity Design: From Faculty Ownership to Student Engagement”, co-presented with James Grand. Ohio Consortium of Nursing Learning Labs and The Ohio State University, College of Nursing, Columbus, OH. May 3, 2013. (Podium Presentation, Referred).

"High Fidelity Simulation in the Classroom: Not Just for the Lab Anymore” Theresa L. Benzel, Karen Gehrling,Sharon L. Oetker-Black and Martha Conrad. NURSING EDUCATION SUMMIT: OHIO 2012, EDUCATION & PRACTICE: Meeting the Challenge of Education Transformation, Columbus, OH. April 5, 2013 (Poster session, Referred)

"Innovation in Teaching: NLN Advancing Care Excellence for Seniors:” NURSING EDUCATION SUMMIT: OHIO 2012, EDUCATION & PRACTICE: Meeting the Challenge of Education Transformation, Columbus, OH. April 5, 2013 (Concurrent Session, Invited)

"Combining Innovation Teaching Strategies with Simulation and ACES”, Co-presented with Mary Anne Rizzolo, Barbara McLaughlin and Susan Fourneris. NLN Education Summit 2012, Anaheim, CA, September 20, 2012. (Podium Presentation: Invited).

Other Accomplishments

2014, Ohio State University, College of Nursing, selected to be one of the 100 Alumni Transformers in Nursing and Healthcare

Contact Information

Martha A. Conrad
The University of Akron
Mary Gladwin Hall
Akron, OH 44325

mconrad@uakron.edu

Curry-Lourenco, Kim



Kim Curry-Lourenco

Year of Participation in Leadership Program for Simulation Educators

2014

Education (Degree, Focus Areas, Year)


PhD in Nursing, 2012

Master of Science in Education, 2000

Master of Science in Nursing, 1994

Bachelor of Science in Nursing, 1990

Current Employer/Affiliation

Tidewater Community College Beazley School of Nursing

Most Recent/Selected Simulation-related Publications/Presentations

Curry-Lourenco, K., "Pulse Check on Simulation Design and Curricular Integration in Health Professions Education.” Virginia Community College Nursing and Allied Health Peer Group Conference, Richmond, Virginia, October 2016.

Curry-Lourenco, K., Invited Speaker, "Best Practices for Simulation Design and Curriculum Integration.” Virginia Health and Medical Science Educators Association
Practical Nursing Director's and Instructor's Annual Meeting, Norfolk State University, July 2016, Norfolk, Virginia.

Bouchard, R., Curry-Lourenco, K., "Beginning with the End in Mind: Simulation as an Innovative Assessment Strategy.” Podium presentation at Tidewater Community College, Faculty Learning Institute, May 2016, Norfolk, Virginia.

Curry-Lourenco, K., Pugh, H., Rogers, N., Weiermann, P. "Comparison of Characteristics Among Simulation Centers: An International Analysis.” Accepted for "Hands-On/Hot Topics” presentation at the International Nursing Association for Clinical Learning & Simulation Conference, June 2015 in Atlanta, GA.

Other Accomplishments

Textbook proposal review, From Clinician to Nurse Educator: A Practical Approach, Jones-Bartlett Publishers, April 2017 ,

Reviewer,International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning (INACSL) Abstract Review Subcommittee, 2017 Conference, 2016 Conference, 2015 Conference.

Director of Education, Virginia State Simulation Alliance, Inc. (VASSA) April 2015-current

Availability for Consulation or Collaboration

Consultation:
Curricular Integration of Simulation
Simulation Pedagogy, Design, and Implementation
Debriefing
Development of Clinical Reasoning
Clinical Instruction and Evaluation of Learning
Faculty/Preceptor Development
Program Evaluation

Collaboration/Research interests:
Brain-based learning in simulation & technology-enhanced instruction
Cognitive load in simulation- based learning
Inter-professional simulation
Psychological fidelity

Contact Information

Please feel free to contact me through either email below:

kcurry-lourenco@tcc.edu
or
kcurrylourenco@gmail.com


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DeLuna, Rosalinda

Rosalinda DeLuna

Year of Participation in Leadership Program for Simulation Educators

2011 - 2012

Education (Degree, Focus Areas, Year)

MS, Purdue University
Adult, Cardiovascular Clinical Nurse Specialist

Current Employer/Affiliation

Indiana University Northwest

Most Recent/Selected Simulation-related Publications/Presentations

Presentation: Aligning the Stars for Simulations and Objective Structured Clinical Evaluations (OSCE)

Availability for Consulation or Collaboration

Yes

Contact Information

e-mail: rdeluna@iun.edu
Cell phone: 219-614-4869
Office: 219-980-6546

Dorsey, Laurie

Year of Participation in Leadership Program for Simulation Educators

2010-2011

Education (Degree, Focus Areas, Year)

MSN, Nursing Education, Indiana University, 2003

BSN, Ball State University, 1998

Current Employer/Affiliation

Professor
Simulation Coordinator
Ivy Tech Community College
590 Ivy Tech Dr.
Madison, IN 47250

Most Recent/Selected Simulation-related Publications/Presentations

Jeffries, P., Battin., J, Franklin., M., Savage, R, Yowler, H., Hall, T., Eisert, S., Lauber, C., Brown, S., Werskey, K., & Dorsey, L. (2013) Creating a Professional Development Plan for a Simulation Consortium. Clinical Simulation in Nursing. 9(6), e183-e189.

Forneris, S,G., Crownover, J,G., Dorsey, L., Leahy, N., Maas, N, A., Wong, L., Zabriskie, A., & Zavertnik, J, E. (2012). Integrating QSEN and ACES: An NLN simulation leader project. Nursing Education Perspectives. 33(3), 184-187)

Transforming Clinical Instruction: Introducing ACES into your Nursing Program: Harrisburg, PA, May 2011

Laerdal Workshop Panel Presenter: Integrating Simulation into your Nursing Program: Cincinnati, Ohio, November 2012

Other Accomplishments

NLN Pediatric Scenario Reviewer for Laerdal Sim Store Publications
Lippincott's Simulation Software Reviewr
Pilot Location for NLN ACES Simulation Scenarios
Southeast Indiana Simulation Consortium Academic Co-chair
Ivy Tech Simulation Task Force

Availability for Consulation or Collaboration

Available for both areas

Contact Information

Laurie Dorsey
ldorsey@ivytech.edu
812-265-2580 ext 4224



F

Forneris, Susan Gross

Susan Gross Forneris

Year of Participation in Leadership Program for Simulation Educators

2010-2011

Education (Degree, Focus Areas, Year)

PhD, Nursing, minor in Educational Psychology - 2005
MS, Nursing Education - 1987
BA, Nursing - 1981

Current Employer/Affiliation

National League for Nursing
Simulation Scholar in Residence
Washington, DC

Associate Professor
Department of Nursing
Henrietta Schmoll School of Health
St. Catherine University
St. Paul, MN

Most Recent/Selected Simulation-related Publications/Presentations

Most Recent Publications:
Forneris, S.G. (2014) George Palo in NLN Advancing Care Excellence for Alzheimer's Patients: National League for Nursing
http://www.nln.org/facultyprograms/facultyresources/aces/george.htm

Forneris, S. G., Crownover, J. G., Dorsey, L. E., Leahy, N., Maas, M. A., Wong, L., Zabriskie, A., and Zavertnik, J. E. (2012). Integrating QSEN and ACES: An NLN simulation leader project. Nursing Education Perspectives, 33(3), 184-187.

Most Recent Presentations:
Webinar - Feb. 2014: "The NLN Unfolding Cases: Teaching Strategies for Alzheimer's Patients and Their Caregivers." (Forneris, S. and Tavolaro-Ryley, L.). NLN Simulation Webinar, Washington, DC.

Webinar - Oct. 2013: "How to Evaluation Simulation: Operationalizing Strategies" (Forneris, S.). NLN Simulation Webinar, Washington, DC.

Research Paper Presentation - July, 2013: "Enhancing Clinical Reasoning: Teaching Thinking through Debriefing” (Forneris, S., Neal, D., Tiffany, J., Kuehn M.B., Blazovich, L., Myers, L., Meyer, H, Pivec, C.) 24th Annual International Nursing Research Congress Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Honor Society
Prague, Czech Republic

Other Accomplishments

Fellowship 2013-14
National League for Nursing - Simulation Scholar in Residence

Certifications:
CHSE-A (Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator - Advanced)
CNE (Certified Nurse Educator)

2012 Debra Spunt mini-research grant recipient - Co-Investigator for MN Nursing Education Research Consortium multi-site study debriefing and clinical reasoning.

Availability for Consulation or Collaboration

Would be interested in collaborating with others on a multi-site simulation research initiative

Contact Information

sgforneris@stkate.edu
sforneris@nln.org
http://www.stkate.edu/academic/nursing_ba/faculty/index.php

G

Gonzalez, Laura

Laura Gonzalez 

Year of Participation in Leadership Program for Simulation Educators

Fall 2011

Education (Degree, Focus Areas, Year)

PhD- 2008 Healthcare Disparities
MSN-ARNP- 1996 Adult Health
BSN- 1989 Nursing

Current Employer/Affiliation

University of Central Florida- Assistant Professor
12201 Research Parkway, suite 400
Orlando, FL 32826

Most Recent/Selected Simulation-related Publications/Presentations

Gonzalez, L., Aebersold, M. & Fenske, C.L. (in press) Diffusion of Innovation: Barriers to faculty adoption".CIN: Computers, Informatics in Nursing.

Boese, T., Cato, M., Gonzalez, L., Jones, A., Kennedy, K., Reese, C., Decker, S., Franklin, A. E., Gloe, D., Lioce, L., Meakim, C., Sando, C. R., & Borum, J. C. (2013, June). Standards of Best Practice: Simulation
Standard V: Facilitator. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 9 (6S), S22-S25.http://dx.doi.org/10.1016
/j.ecns.2013.04.010

Gonzalez, L. & Giddens, J. (2012). The use of innovative technologies as a strategy to ensure Hispanic nursing student success. In A. M. Villarruel and S. Torres (Eds.), Hispanic Voices: Progreso, Poder, y Promesa. New York: National League for Nursing.

Gonzalez, L. & Fenske, CL. (2012). Use of a Virtual Community to Contextualize Learning Activities for Nursing Education. Journal of Nursing Education

Gonzalez, L (2010). Simulation Workshop in Pan-America: Lessons Learned Clinical Simulation in Nursing. Clinical Simulation in Nursing. March 2011

Gonzalez, L., Summer, L., Jimeno, M., & Christensen, K. (2009). Development of a Nasogastric Tube (NGT) Insertion Simulator: A Collaborative Interdisciplinary Effort. CIN March/April 2009.

Other Accomplishments

March of Dimes Educator of the Year 2013

Recent Florida Blue Funding for Simulation
Bridging the gap: Integration of high fidelity simulation in nursing curricula to increase transfer of knowledge and skills to the workforce”.

University of Costa Rica- Nursing Faculty
Hosted 3 day Simulation Workshop @ UCF April 2013
New Mexico Nursing Education Consortium (NMNEC) Spring 2013
University of New Mexico, College of Nursing
Simulation Consultation Fall 2012

Availability for Consulation or Collaboration

yes, have experience with curriculum integration and process.

Contact Information

Laura.gonzalez@ucf.edu
lgonzal24@gmail.com

Greenawalt, Julia A.



Julia Greenawalt

Year of Participation in Leadership Program for Simulation Educators

2013-2014

Education (Degree, Focus Areas, Year)

2003-2008 University of Pittsburgh PHD.
December 22, 2008, Modifiable
Cardiovascular Risk Factors in the Early
Adolescent Period. Dissertation
Co-Advisors: S. Albrecht, PhD, FAAN, RN,
& T. Patrick, PhD, RN; Committee Members:
D. Charron-Prochownik, PhD, RN; T. Short,
PhD, & A. Labant, PhD.
2000-2001 Slippery Rock University-Certified School
Nurse
1990-1994 Duquesne University-MSN Education
1987-1988 Webster University-MA Computer Resource
Management
1977-1981 Bradley University -BSN Nursing Graduate

Current Employer/Affiliation

2014-Indiana University of Pennsylvania,
Assistant professor.
Currently teaching: Maternity and
Professional Ethics.
Adjunct Professor University of Texas at Arlington,
Teaching online MSN level Simulation course.

Most Recent/Selected Simulation-related Publications/Presentations

Greenawalt, J., (2014). Documentation in Contemporary Times, Clinical Simulation,
Vol 10(4), e199-e204, (April, 2014)

Greenawalt, J., (2011). Advancing Simulation in Nursing Education, PSNA Nurses News, March 2011, pg. 2 - 3.

Other Accomplishments

2013 National League for Nursing's Leadership Development Program for Simulation Educators.

2011 Excellence in Academic Setting Integration of Simulation, Nominated by Amy Labant, awarded by International Nursing Association of Clinical Simulation and Learning, Lake Buena Vista, Florida.

Availability for Consulation or Collaboration

Yes Informed on construction and development of a Sim Lab for Nursing Schools and Universities (ie those without a med school, anesthesia, allied health, dentistry)

Contact Information

Email: jgreen@iup.edu
Office phone: 724 357-3256


H

Halpern, Jean

Year of Participation in Leadership Program for Simulation Educators

2010

Education (Degree, Focus Areas, Year)

BS,MS , Nursing

Current Employer/Affiliation

Orange County Community College

Most Recent/Selected Simulation-related Publications/Presentations

May 2014- Poster/Abstract- CIT Daredevil Assessment in Nursing, GoPro not Just for Extreme Sports!
August 2014- SimGhosts- International Conference- Presentation-Daredevil Assessment in Nursing, GoPro not Just for Extreme Sports!

Other Accomplishments

Simulation Coordinator and started 2 sim labs on two campuses.
Integration of simulation into entire curriculum

Contact Information

jhalpern@sunyorange.edu
845-341-4189

Hanson, Darlene


Year of Participation in Leadership Program for Simulation Educators

2016

Education (Degree, Focus Areas, Year)

PhD, Teaching & Learning, Higher Ed Emphasis - 2013
MS, Nursing, Minor in Education - 1987
BS, Nursing -1978

Current Employer/Affiliation

Clinical Associate Professor &
Clinical Resource & Simulation Center Director
College of Nursing & Professional Disciplines
University of North Dakota
Grand Forks, ND

Most Recent/Selected Simulation-related Publications/Presentations

Hanson, D., Allen, J., Christian, S., Shogren, M., Thompson, P. Evaluation of an Interprofessional Simulation: Communicating and Collaborating for Patient Safety: Poster accepted for presentation at Midwest Nursing Research Society, April 2017.

Hanson, D. (2016) Podium Presentation: ND Nurse Educator Consensus Opinions on the Adoption of an EHR. MNRS, 2016.

Contact Information

Darlene Hanson, PhD, RN
University of ND College of Nursing & Professional Disciplines
430 Oxford Street
Grand Forks, ND 58201

darlene.hanson@und.edu
701-777-4551

Hartman, Elizabeth

Year of Participation in Leadership Program for Simulation Educators

2013

Education (Degree, Focus Areas, Year)

PhD Nursing Education 2014
MSN Perinatal Nursing 1988
BSN General Nursing 1979

Current Employer/Affiliation

West Coast University-LA
RN-BSN Program Coordinator

Contact Information

ehartman@westcoastuniversity.edu

Hawkins, Kim

Year of Participation in Leadership Program for Simulation Educators

2014-2015

Education (Degree, Focus Areas, Year)

BSN, Nursing, 1996
MS, FNP, 2007
PhD, Nursing, 2014

Current Employer/Affiliation

Creighton University
Omaha, Nebraska

Most Recent/Selected Simulation-related Publications/Presentations

Manz, J., Hercinger, M., Todd, M., Hawkins, K., & Parsons, M. (2013). Improving consistency of assessment of student performance during simulated experiences. Clinical Simulation in Nursing. 9(7), e229 -233.

Parsons, M., Hawkins, K., Hercinger, M., Todd, M., Manz, J. & Fang, X. (2012). Improvement in scoring consistency for the Creighton Simulation Evaluation Instrument. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 8(6), e233 - e238.

Adamson, K. A., Parsons, M. E., Hawkins, K., Manz, J., Todd, M., & Hercinger, M. (2011). Reliability and internal consistency findings from the C-SEI. Journal of Nursing Education, 50, (10), 583-586.

Todd, M., Manz, J. A., Hawkins, K. S., Parsons, M. E., & Hercinger, M. (2008). The development of a quantitative evaluation tool for simulations in nursing education. International Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship, 5(1).

Hawkins, K., Todd, M., & Manz, J. (2008). A unique method for teaching with simulation. Journal of Nursing Education, 47(11), 524-527.

Availability for Consultation or Collaboration

Available for consultation related to background and application of the CCEI.

Contact Information

khawkins@creighton.edu



Henao, Henry

Henry Henao 

Year of Participation in Leadership Program for Simulation Educators

2010-2011

Education (Degree, Focus Areas, Year)

PhD (in progress), Nursing Science, minor in Nursing Education - 2016
MSN, Family Nurse Practitioner - 2008
BSN, Nursing - 2004
BBA, Management -1998

Current Employer/Affiliation

Director & Clinical Assistant Professor
Simulation Teaching & Research (STAR) Center
Nicole Wertheim College of Nursing & Health Sciences
Florida International University
Miami, FL

Most Recent/Selected Simulation-related Publications/Presentations

IMSH 2014 Expert Panel, Course Faculty

Other Accomplishments

Certifications:
CHSE (Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator)
FNP-BC (Family Nurse Practitioner - Board Certified)
EMT (Emergency Medical Technician) State of Florida

Site PI, National Simulation Study (NCSBN)

Availability for Consulation or Collaboration

Multi-site simulation research
Debriefing research
Faculty Development
Simulation Center Design
**Available for consultation in Spanish in US and Latin America**

Contact Information

Email Address:

HHenao@fiu.edu

Herrington, Alaina

Alaina Herrington

Year of Participation in Leadership Program for Simulation Educators

 2015

Education (Degree, Focus Areas, Year)

MSN, Nursing and Healthcare Administration - 2014
BSN, Nursing - 2004

Current Employer/Affiliation

Hinds Community College
Simulation Center Coordinator
Jackson, MS

Most Recent/Selected Simulation-related Publications/Presentations

Podium Presentation: Integrating Simulation into the Curriculum: Concepts, Modalities, and Tools. Creating Futures Through Technology Conference, March, 2016.

Poster Presentation: Dancing with Course Concepts: Which One Should Go Where When Using Simulation? February, 2016.

Podium Presentation: Real World Experiences through Simulation. Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training Grant Program Convening, February, 2016.

Poster Presentation: Integrating Simulation Into The Curriculum: What Does It Really Mean? National League for Nursing Elsevier Technology Conference, October, 2015.

Poster Presentation: Augmenting Reality with Aurasma, National League for Nursing Elsevier Technology
Conference, October, 2015.

Podium Presentation: Augmenting Reality with Aurasma, Creating Futures through Technology Conference, March
2015.

Podium Presentation: Interdisciplinary Simulation Experiences, Postsecondary Career Pathway Summer Conference Program, August 2014.

Podium Presentation: Simulation Center Project Charter, Creating Futures through Technology Conference, March
2014.

Other Accomplishments

Certifications:
CHSE (Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator)
CNOR (Certified Nurse Operating Room)

Availability for Consulation or Collaboration

Consultation:
Would be experienced with setting up a simulation center and inventory/management systems.

Collaboration:
Would be interested in collaborating with others on debriefing group sizes and curriculum integration.

Contact Information

Alaina Herrington, MSN, RN, CHSE, CNOR
Simulation Center Coordinator
Hinds Community College
Dr. George Ball Simulation Center
1820 Hospital Dr.
Jackson, MS 39204
601-376-4914
www.George-Ball-Simulation-Center


Hudson, Scott



Year of participation in Leadership Program for Simulation Educators

2011 to 2012

Education (Degree, Focus areas, Year)

MSN - Nursing Systems, 2000
ADN - Nursing, 1994
BFA - Technical Theatre, 1986

Current Employer/Affiliation

The University of Texas at Austin
School of Nursing

Availability for Consultation or Collaboration

Simulation Program and Scenario Design and Implementation
Simulation Center Design

Contact Information

Scott.Hudson.RN@utexas.edu

K

Kellgren, Molly

Year of Participation in Leadership Program for Simulation Educators

2014

Education (Degree, Focus Areas, Year)

MSN, Nursing Education, 2011
BSN, Nursing, 2011
ADN, Nursing, 2005

Current Employer/Affiliation

Assistant Professor
St. Catherine University
Minneapolis, MN

Most Recent/Selected Simulation-related Publications/Presentations

Presentations:
October 2014: "Faculty Development: A Toolkit for Simulation Educators", NLN TEchnology Conference, Nashville, TN

June 2013: "To Tape or Not To Tape", INACSL, Las Vegas, NV

May 2015: "Faculty Development": Simulation 2015: Connecting and Celebrating, St. Paul, MN

June 2015: "Faculty Development Toolkit", INACSL, Atlanta, GA

September 2015: "Faculty Development: A Toolkit for Simulation Educators", NLN Summit, Las Vegas, NV

Other Accomplishments

Certifications:
CNE (Certified Nurse Educator)
CHSE (Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator)

Other:
Abstract reviewer for INACSL and NLN Technology conferences

NLN reveiwer of INACSL simulation standards

Availability for Consulation or Collaboration

Would be interested in particpating in multi-site simulation research.

Contact Information

Email address:

mekellgren@stkate.edu

Kirwan, Michelle

Year of Participation in Leadership Program for Simulation Educators

1

Education (Degree, Focus Areas, Year)

B.S. Marketing/Public Relations, 1991
A.D.N. Nursing, 1993
M.S.N. Clinical Nurse Specialist/Adult Nurse Practitioner, 1999
PhD Nursing Anticipated graduation 2019

Current Employer/Affiliation

Towson University, Towson, MD
Clinical Assistant Professor

Most Recent/Selected Simulation-related Publications/Presentations

Using Low to High Fidelity Simulation in Nursing Education. Towson University. January 2013.

Exploring IPE Through the Use of the NLN ACES Cases. National League for Nursing Education Summit, ACES preconference. September 18, 2013. Washington, D.C.

Summative Evaluation in Simulation. National League for Nursing Education Summit. September 18-21, 2013. Washington, D.C. Poster presentation.

Beyond the Debriefing: Integrating Video Recorded Simulations in the Classroom. National League for Nursing Technology Conference. October 25-27, 2013. Philadelphia, PA. Poster presentation.

Exploring IPE Through the Use of the NLN ACES Cases. National League for Nursing Technology Conference. October 25-27, 2013. Philadelphia, PA. Poster presentation.

Other Accomplishments

Development of website video highlighting our simulation program.
Portion of website video used for commercial in Baltimore area for the nursing department.
Developed a IPE simulation with nursing students, PA students, and child-life specialists.

Availability for Consulation or Collaboration

Yes.
Promoting and developing marketing materials for simulation program.
Adult health simulations
vSim

Contact Information

Michelle Kirwan
mkirwan@towson.edu
410-704-4387

Koh, RN, MHSc(Edu), PGDip(CC), CHSE, Sabrina

Year of Participation in Leadership Program for Simulation Educators

2013

Education (Degree, Focus Areas, Year)

University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia
Master of Health Sciences (Education) 01/2000 – 12/2001

Edith Cowan University, Perth, Australia
Postgraduate Diploma in Clinical Nursing (Critical Care Nursing)
01/2000 – 06/2001

Monash University, Melbourne, Australia
Bachelor of Nursing 01/1995 - 12/1997

School of Nursing, Singapore
General Nursing, SRN 11/1991 - 10/1994

Current Employer/Affiliation

JurongHealth, Singapore
Assistant Director, Simulation Centre 06/2012 – 05/2014

National University Hospital, Singapore
Assistant Director of Nursing (Education) 05/2011 – 05/2012
Principal Nurse Educator 07/2010 – 04/2011
Senior Nurse Educator 06/2007 – 06/2010

Ngee Ann Polytechnic, Singapore
Nursing Lecturer; 06/2005 – 06/2007

Nanyang Polytechnic, Singapore
Nursing Lecturer; 02/2003 – 06/2005

Most Recent/Selected Simulation-related Publications/Presentations

Problem Base Learning Seminar (March 2014). Republic Polytechnic, Singapore.
Plenary speaker: Simulation Based Education in Healthcare.

Asia Pacific Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare (APMSH) (October 2013).
Organizing Committee, Co-Chair.
Speaker: Plenary with Suzie Kardong-Edgren: State of Simulation Science in Nursing in Asia and the United States
Course Director: Pre-Conference Workshop for Nursing: Introducing Simulation into Existing Nursing Programs.
Course Director: Workshop - Development of Interdisciplinary Team Training.
Faculty: Workshop - Team Game to Learn Systems Thinking and Organizational Change.

Simulation User Network (SUN) (June 2013). Bangkok, Thailand.
Workshop Facilitator: Nursing Simulation and Debriefing 3-2-1
Workshop Facilitator: How to run your own TeamSTEPPS workshop.

Haemodynamic Monitoring Clinical Application of Early Warning System. (May 2013). Trivandrum Kerala, India. Philips Healthcare. Speaker.

Simulation faculty development program (March 2013). Berkeley HealthEDU, New Delhi, India. Speaker and workshop facilitator.

Improving Simulation Instructional Methods (iSIM) (February 2013). Nanyang Polytechnic, Singapore. Faculty member.

International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare (IMSH) (January 2013). USA.
Expert panel speaker: Current Development of Simulation in Asia.

TeamSTEPPS Fundamental course and Faculty Development Workshop (December 2012). Khon Kaen, Thailand. Speaker and workshop facilitator.

Korean Society for Simulation in Healthcare (KoSSH) Annual Scientific Meeting (October 2012). Seoul, Korea.
Plenary Speaker: Hospital-Based Nursing Simulation Program
Expert Panel: MET (Medical Emergency Team) training program
Workshop: Introduction to Team Training and TeamSTEPPS program

Nursing Simulation Workshop for Nurse Faculty (October 2012). Bangkok, Thailand.
Speaker and workshop facilitator.

The use of Simulation in Nursing Undergraduate Program (July 2012). Jilin University, China. Simulation Faculty Development Workshop.

Simulation User Network (SUN) (July 2012). Singapore.
Speaker: Nursing Simulation In-Situ: Joining the dots.
Pre-SUN Workshop: Team-Work and Communication using TeamSTEPPS

Simulation User Network (SUN) (September 2011). Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Plenary Speaker: Simulation Faculty Development.
Workshop 1: Crisis Resource Management
Workshop 2: Easy Steps to Scenario Programming

Introduction to Simulation Based Learning (2009). Singapore.
Speaker: Clinical Simulation Training – Rapid Escalation Criteria Training.

Sigma Theta Tau Honorary Society of Nursing, Annual Research Congress (July 2008). Singapore. Poster: Detecting Sepsis by Nurses.

Other Accomplishments

Society for Simulation in Healthcare (USA) – Member
- Accreditation Committee – Council Member and Site reviewer
- Asia Pacific Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare (APMSH) 2013 – Co-Chair

National League for Nursing (USA) – Member
- NLN Simulation Leadership Program - 2013

Sigma Theta Tau Honor Society of Nursing (Upsilon Eta Chapter, Singapore)
- Assistant Treasurer 2009 – 2011
- Board of Director 2011 – April 2013

Simulation Workgroup, SNB, Ministry of Health, Singapore – Member (2011)

International Nursing Association for Clinical Nursing Simulation (USA) – Member

American Association of Critical-Care Nurses (USA) – Member

Availability for Consulation or Collaboration

Current projects:
1. Pan Asia Simulation Society Healthcare (PASSH). Workgroup member; setting up phase.

2. In-progress study: Cultivating emergency department team communication. Effectiveness of simulation in-situ as a clinical training methodology. Completing June 2014.

3. PhD Candidate. Study focus on interprofessional education: The impact of power relations on the facilitation of interprofessional education by a nurse faculty.

Contact Information

Email: sabkoh@gmail.com

Kramasz, Vanessa



Vanessa Kramasz

Year of Participation in Leadership Program for Simulation Educators

2015

Education (Degree, Focus Areas, Year)

MSN, Advanced Practice, 1998
BSN, Nursing, 1978

Current Employer/Affiliation

Gateway Technical College: Faculty, Simulation Facilitator, WI
Aspen University: Adjunct Professor, CO

Most Recent/Selected Simulation-related Publications/Presentations

Podium Presentation: Debriefing Techniques, Southeastern WI Technical Schools, April, 2016

Poster Presentation: Template for Multiple Patient Scenarios. National League for Nursing Elsevier Technology Conference, October, 2015.

Podium Presentation: Simulation Standards, WI League for Nursing, November 2014

Other Accomplishments

Co-leader of the WI State Technical Schools Simulation Group

Presidential Award Gateway Technical College & Excellence Award at National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD)

Availability for Consulation or Collaboration

Consultation: will be starting a consulting project on a new sim lab and curriculum integration with Carthage College, WI the summer of 2016.

Collaboration: Would be interested in collaborating with others on debriefing techniques, multiple patient scenarios, and nursing staff development.

Contact Information

Vanessa Kramasz MSN RN
Nursing Faculty & Simulation Facilitator
Gateway Technical College
496 McCanna Parkway, Burlington, WI 53105
262-767-5320
kramaszv@gtc.edu


L

Lamb, Mary J.


Mary Lamb

Year of Participation in Leadership Program for Simulation Educators

2014

Education (Degree, Focus Areas, Year)

DNP, Critical Thinking in Nursing, 2009
MSN, Nursing Education, 1989

Current Employer/Affiliation

Shanghai Institute of Health Sciences, Shanghai China
Bob Jones University, Greenville SC

Most Recent/Selected Simulation-related Publications/Presentations

Recent Presentations:
Using Simulation to teach critical thinking skills
Shanghai East International Hospital

Statistical comparison of the Associate-BSN-MSN ratio of nurses in US Vs Chinese hospitals

Other Accomplishments

CEO of Foreign Nursing Educational Services FNES LLC
Nursing Research Consultant - Shanghai Education Group
Research consultant - Shanghai branch Laerdal

Availability for Consulation or Collaboration

Would be interested in collaborating with projects involving international nursing education or partnerships

Contact Information

mlamb@bju.edu

US Phone: 864-346-0592

M

Manning, Sara MS, RN, CHSE

Sara Manning

Year of Participation in Leadership Program for Simulation Educators

2014

Education (Degree, Focus Areas, Year)

Masters of Science, Nursing Education
Roberts Wesleyan College, Rochester, NY, 2009.

Bachelor of Science, Nursing
University of Wisconsin - Madison, 1988.

Current Employer/Affiliation

Utica College, School of Health Professions, Utica, NY

Most Recent/Selected Simulation-related Publications/Presentations

Webinar:

Manning, S., Gamblian, V. (June 3, 2015). Building a Simulation Dream Team. EMS Online Webinar series, archived at http://www.simulationiq.com/news-and-resources/webinars/

Research and Writing:

Thomas, C., Sievers, L.D., Kellgren, M., Manning, S., Rojas, D., & Gamblian, V. (in press, Sept. 2015). Developing a theory based simulation educator resource. Nursing Education Perspectives.

Podium Presentations:

Manning, Kellgren, Sievers, Rojas, Gamblian & Thomas, Educating SimEducators: Tools for Faculty Development, International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning, 14th Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA. Presented on June 10, 2015.

Manning, S. Simulation Educators of Western NY: Simulation faculty development, SEWNY 2015 Annual Conference, Brockport, NY. June 2015.

Manning, S. & Skiff, D. Interprofessional Simulation: Enhancing teamwork and communication in a trauma setting. Transforming Nursing Education in Quality and Safety: Upping the Ante for Present and Future Nurses. Simulation Educators of Western NY annual conference, Rochester, NY. June, 2013.

Manning, S. Davis, S., & Crotser, C. Authentic nursing simulation: Preliminary results of integrating caring concepts in simulation design. Caring Connections: Nursing practice, education and research. 33rd International Association for Human Caring Conference. May 31 - June 2, 2012. Philadelphia, PA.

Manning, S. Journey Towards Authentic Nursing Simulation: Getting on Board and Charting a Course. Emerging Learning & Integrated Technologies Education (ELITE) Faculty Development Workshop. Advanced Simulation: Simulation Educators Tell Their Stories. University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing, Pittsburgh, PA. June 23, 2011.

Poster Presentation:

Kellgren, M, Thomas, C. Rojas, D, Gamblian, V. Manning, S. & Sievers, L. Faculty Development: A Tool Kit for Simulation Educators. NLN Technology Conference, Nashville, TN. November, 2014.

Other Accomplishments

Founded the Simulation Educators of Western New York (SEWNY), a collaborative simulation educators group with faculty development events, annual conferences, and regional support and sharing of simulation innovations, research, and methods.

Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator (CHSE), August 2013.

President of the Simulation Educators of Western New York, 2008-2015.

NLN Simulation Leader, 2014 Cohort

Awards:
"Sim-Manning Award" for leadership in simulation, Awarded by Simulation Educators of Western New York, June 2015.

Excellence in Pioneering Clinical Simulation Award. Education Management Solutions, IMSH Conference, New Orleans, LA. 2015.

Ruth McIntyre Sittig and William K. Sittig Faculty Growth Award. Roberts Wesleyan College, Rochester, NY 2013.

Availability for Consulation or Collaboration

Experienced consultant, Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator (CHSE), Masters in Nursing Education with expertise in simulation design, implementation, products, lab design and familiarity with vast array of simulation resources for educators.

Contact Information

Email:
saramanningny@hotmail.com
sjmannin@utica.edu

Phone:
Cell 585-465-2071
Utica Office: 315-792-3068

Meyer, Mary N.



Mary Meyer

Year of Participation in Leadership Program for Simulation Educators

2013

Education (Degree, Focus Areas, Year)

PhD, Nursing, Minor in Education 2014
MS, Nursing; Adult/geriatric Nurse Practitioner 2004
Nurse Educator Certificate 2003
BSN, 1986
Diploma 1980

Current Employer/Affiliation

University of Kansas School of Nursing
Director of Clinical Skills Lab
Clinical Assistant Professor

Most Recent/Selected Simulation-related Publications/Presentations

Meyer, M., Groller, K., Myers, S., Busenhart, C., Waugh, S., & Stegenga, K. (2014). Simulation as a Learning Experience: Perceptions of New Registered Nurses. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 10 384-394. doi:10.1016/j.ecns.2014.03.002

Meyer, M., Connors, H., Hou, G., & Gajewski, B. (2011). The effect of simulation on clinical performance: A junior nursing student clinical comparison study. Simulation in Healthcare, 6, 269-276.

Warren, J.J., Manos, L.V., Meyer, M. & Roche, A. (2012). Chapter 48, Integrating an Academic Electronic Health Record into Simulations. In Campbell, S.H. & Daley, K. (2nd eds) (2012). Simulation Scenarios for Nurse Educators: Making it Real (2nd Ed). New York, N.Y.: Springer Publishing Company, Inc.

Kumm, S. & Meyer, M.N. (2011). POCit Videos: Point of Care Instant Teacher. In Bonnel & Smith Teaching Technologies in Nursing and the Health Professions: Strategies that go Beyond Simulation on Online Courses. New York: Springer

Meyer, M., & Busenhart, C. (2014, September). Acting Like a Nurse. Johnson County Simulation Conference; Overland Park, KS.

Groller, K., Meyer, M., Myers, S., Busenhart, C., Waugh, S., & Stegenga, K. (2014, April 15). The Opportunity to Act like a Nurse: A Qualitative Analysis of Perceived Impact of Simulation on Professional Role Transition. Oral presentation (Concurrent Session) at Nursing Research and Scholarship Day, St. Luke's University Health Network, Bethlehem, PA.

Scotten, M., & Meyer, M. (2014, January). SSH Interprofessional Education Affinity Group: A Pecha Kucha Session on Simulation-Enhanced Interprofessional Education--The Importance of Evaluation. International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare 2014, January. San Francisco, CA (International).

Meyer, M., Neal, M, Swoboda, S. (2013, July) Supporting Curricular Outcomes Through Strategic Integration of Simulation. Pre-conference workshop at Contemporary Forums Revolutionizing Nursing Education Using Interprofessional Teams and Technology. Anaheim California (Invited speaker).

Meyer, M. (2013, July) Incorporating Technologies into Simulation at Contemporary Forums Revolutionizing Nursing Education Using Interprofessional Teams and Technology. Anaheim California (Invited speaker).

Meyer, M. (2013, July) Low and High Technology Approaches to IPE at Contemporary Forums Revolutionizing Nursing Education Using Interprofessional Teams and Technology. Anaheim California (Invited speaker).






Availability for Consulation or Collaboration

I would be happy to consult r/t simulation start up, integration into clinical curriculum, simulation outcome evaluation, and/or Interprofessional simulations.

Contact Information


Mary N. Meyer, PhD, RN
Clinical Assistant Professor | Director Clinical Learning Lab
University of Kansas School of Nursing | Mail Stop 4043 | 3901 Rainbow Blvd. | Kansas City, KS 66160
office: 913.588-1647 | fax: 913.588.1660
email: mmeyer4@kumc.edu

Morgan, Patricia V.

Pat Morgan

Year of Participation in Leadership Program for Simulation Educators

2015

Education (Degree, Focus Areas, Year)

Post Master's NP Perinatal 1997
MSN CNS High Risk Maternity 1993
BSN 1990
RN 1982

Current Employer/Affiliation

Director Clinical Simulation Learning Center
Senior instructor
University of Calgary
Faculty of Nursing
Calgary, Alberta Canada

Most Recent/Selected Simulation-related Publications/Presentations

Most Recent Presentations:
Podium Presentation
Lessons Learned from Successful Implementation of a Faculty Simulation Team INACSL 2015
Poster Presentations:
Multi-Patient Toolkit
NLN Technology Confernce 2015

Other Accomplishments

Laerdal Simulation Nurse Educator
Covenant Health Team Award 2014
UTMB Hall of Fame Award
Who's Who Among American Teachers 1998, 2002

Availability for Consulation or Collaboration

Interested in providing consultation for simulation team development.

Contact Information

Patricia V Morgan
pmorgan@ucalgary.ca
403-220-6285

Morse, Kate J.



Kate Morse

Year of Participation in Leadership Program for Simulation Educators

2014

Education (Degree, Focus Areas, Year)

PhD 2012
Dissertation - The Effect of Debriefing with Good Judgment on Acute Care Nurse
Practitioner Student's Reflective Ability and Perspective Transformation

Post Masters NP - adult acute and primary care 1997
MSN - CNS critical care 1994
BSN - 1985

Current Employer/Affiliation

Drexel University
College of Nursing and Health Professions
Associate Profession
Associate Chair of NP Programs

Most Recent/Selected Simulation-related Publications/Presentations

Morse, K.J. (March, 2015). Structured model of debriefing on perspective transformation on NP students. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 11(3), 172-179. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ecns.2015.01.001.

Griswold, S., Montgomery, K., Morse, K., Erbayri, J., Farabaugh, D., Multak, N, et al. (2013).
Faculty Development Interprofessional Education Curriculum (IPEC): Case based
learning of IPE via a complicated resuscitation: Baby Boy Blue. MedEdPortal
Publications.

Montgomery, K., Morse, K., Multak, N, & Griswold, S. (2012). The impact of transdisciplinary simulation on interprofessional collaborative practice in women's health. The Journal of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare, 7(6), 469. doi: 10.1097/SIH.0b013e31827e775e (Impact factor 2.101)

Montgomery, K., Griswold-Theodorson, S., Morse, K., Montgomery, O., & Faranbaugh, D.
(2012). Transdisciplinary simulation: Learning and practicing together. Nursing Clinics of North America, 47(4), 493-502. doi.org/10.1016/j.cnur.2012.07.009
(Impact factor 0.634)

Posmontier, B., Montgomery, K., Montgomery, O., Morse, K., & Smith Glasgow, ME. (2012).
Transdisciplinary teamwork simulation in OB/GYN healthcare education. Journal of
Nursing Education, 5(3), 176-179. doi: 10.3928/01484834-20120127-02
(Impact factor .867)

Montgomery, K., Morse, K., Smith-Glasgow, M.E., & Follen, M. (2012). Promoting health quality and safety in women's health through the use of transdisciplinary clinical simulation educational modules: Methodology and a pilot trial. Gender Medicine, 9, S48- S54. Gender Medicine; 9: S48 -S54. doi: 10.1016/j.genm.2011.11.001
(Impact factor 2.101)

Other Accomplishments

Faculty at the Center for Medical Simulation, Harvard University

Availability for Consulation or Collaboration

Faculty development for debriefing
IPE curriculum development

Contact Information

cjm69@drexel.edu
or
kmorse5@verizon.net


Muckler, (Virginia) Chris

Chris Muckler

Year of Participation in Leadership Program for Simulation Educators

2014

Education (Degree, Focus Areas, Year)


CHSE Exam, May 2015
DNP, Nursing, 2011
MSN, Nurse Anesthesia, 2002
BSN, Nursing, 1997
AAS, Medical Laboratory Technology, 1994
AAS, Pre-Nursing, 1991
AA, Pre-Nursing, 1991

Current Employer/Affiliation

Duke University School of Nursing
Nurse Anesthesia Program
Assistant Professor
Clinical Education Coordinator

Most Recent/Selected Simulation-related Publications/Presentations

Most Recent Publications:
Morse, K., Schram, A., Van Beek, K., & Muckler, V. C. The effectiveness of simulation-based educational interventions with interprofessional education and nursing students: A systematic review protocol.
(The JBI Database of Systematic Reviews and Implementation Reports, 2021. Accepted 12/15/14)

Most Recent Presentations:
Poster Presentation-October 2014: The Shared Journey of Completing a Systematic Review

Podium Presentation- September 2014: Preparing Students for Safe Patient Hand-Off During Transitions of Care

Other Accomplishments

2013 Mary Hanna Award for Journalism for:

Muckler, V. C., Vacchiano, C. A., Sanders, E. G., Wilson, J. P., & Champagne, M. T. (2012). Focused Anesthesia Interview Resource to Improve Efficiency and Quality. Journal of PeriAnesthesia Nursing, 27(6), 376-384.

Availability for Consulation or Collaboration

I am interested in multi-site collaborative simulation research project(s) and interprofessional education.

Contact Information

Chris Muckler
Duke University School of Nursing
Nurse Anesthesia Program
307 Trent Drive, DUMC 3322
Durham, NC 27710
chris.muckler@dm.duke.edu
Office: 919-684-9307
Cell: 919-475-1553

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Onello, Rachel



Rachel Onello

Year of Participation in Leadership Program for Simulation Educators

2016-2017

Education (Degree, Focus Areas, Year)

PhD, Nursing- 2015
MS, Clinical Nurse Leadership- 2007
BS, Cell Biology and Molecular Genetics- 2005

Current Employer/Affiliation

Clinical Associate Professor/Director
Clinical Simulation Laboratory
University of South Carolina
College of Nursing
Columbia, South Carolina

Most Recent/Selected Simulation-related Publications/Presentations

Rudolph, J.W., Palaganas, J., Fey, M.K., Morse, C.J., Onello, R., Dreifuerst, K.T., & Simon, R. (2016). A DASH to the top: Educator debriefing standards as a path to practice readiness for nursing students. Clinical Simulation in Nursing 12(9), 412-417.

Onello, R., & Regan, M. (2013). Challenges to high fidelity simulation: Risk sensitization and outcome measurement. Online Journal of Issues in Nursing, 18(3).

Regan, M. J., & Onello, R. (2013). Knowledge, action, and reflection: A theoretically based model for use with high fidelity simulation in nursing education. Journal of Nursing Education and Practice, 3(7), 106-113.

Onello, R. (2016). The Threat of Risk Sensitization in Designing a Simulation Curriculum: What is It and Why Should We Care? Podium presentation at the National League for Nursing Education Summit, Orlando, FL: September 22, 2016.

Minehart, R., Onello, R., Strom, S., Chan, M., & Gastelum, J. (2016). Improving Quality by Improving Feedback: Using the Feedback Assessment for Clinical Education (FACE) in Anesthesiology Training Programs. Workshop at Society for Education in Anesthesia Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD: June 4, 2016.

Onello, R. (invited). (2016). Teaching the Teacher: The Debriefing Assessment for Simulation in Healthcare (DASH) as an Approach to Faculty Development (opening keynote address). Oklahoma Health Care Workforce Center Simulation Conference, Oklahoma City, OK: May 18, 2016.

Onello, R. (invited). (2016). Feedback with Good Judgment: An approach to Closing Performance Gaps Across the Curriculum. Oklahoma Health Care Workforce Center Simulation Conference, Oklahoma City, OK: May 18, 2016.

Onello, R. (invited), & Kuehn, M.B. (2016). Debriefing strategies and techniques for reflective learning. Pre-conference workshop at the ATI National Nurse Educator Summit, Nashville, TN: April 17, 2016.

Onello, R., Diederich, E., Minehart, Barlow, M., Maestre, J., & Simon, R. (2016). Improving Clinical Feedback Skills Using the FACE (Feedback Assessment for Clinical Education). Workshop at the 16th International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare, San Diego, CA: January 20, 2016.

Onello, R., Minehart, & Simon, R. (2016). Development of the Feedback Assessment for Clinical Education (FACE). Podium presentation at the 16th International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare, San Diego, CA: January 19, 2016.

Onello, R., Peterson, D. T., Daniels, A., Kolbe, M., Wong, N., & Watts, P. (2016). Debriefing the Debriefer: A tool for faculty development. Workshop at the 16th International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare, San Diego, CA: January 19, 2016.

Daniels, A., Fey, M., Forneris, S., & Onello, R. (2016). Developing a Collaborative Simulation Educator Institute: A Pilot Project and Lessons Learned. Podium presentation at the 16th International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare, San Diego, CA: January 18, 2016.

Onello, R. (invited). (2015). Simulation Challenges: Risk sensitization and outcome measurement (opening keynote address). Laerdal Medical Mini Simulation User Network (SUN) Conference, Ozarks Technical Community College, Springfield, MO: August 28, 2015.

Onello, R. (invited). (2015). Using the Feedback Assessment for Clinical Education (FACE) to improve clinical feedback. Laerdal Medical Mini Simulation User Network (SUN) Conference, Ozarks Technical Community College, Springfield, MO: August 28, 2015.

Fey, M., Garner, R., Morse, K., Ng, G., Onello, R., Palaganas, J., Peterson, D. T., Rudolph, J. (2015). Debriefing IPE Groups. Workshop at the 14th Annual International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning Conference, Atlanta, GA: June 11, 2015.

Fey, M., Ng, G., Morse, K., Onello, R., Daniels, A., Gardner, R., Rudolph, J. (2015). Using Debriefing with Good Judgment for Formative Assessment. Pre-conference workshop at the 14th Annual International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning Conference, Atlanta, GA: June 10, 2015.

Rudolph, J., Watts, P., Fey, M., Ng, G., Onello, R., Morse, K., Daniels, A., & Gardner, R. (2015). Improving debriefing skills through peer feedback using the DASH (Debriefing Assessment for Simulation in Healthcare). Pre-conference workshop at the 14th Annual International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning Conference, Atlanta, GA: June 10, 2015.

Other Accomplishments

Certifications:
CHSE (Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator)
CNE (Certified Nurse Educator)

Awards:
Excellence in Teaching Award- Graduate Education, University of Maryland, School of Nursing, 2016

Jonas Scholars, National League for Nursing, 2014-2015

LEAD Program Fellow, National League for Nursing, 2010-2011

Availability for Consulation or Collaboration

Would be interested in collaborating with others on debriefing across the curriculum, curriculum design, and faculty development initiatives.

Contact Information

ronello@mailbox.sc.edu
(803) 777-4499


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Pugh, Holly L.

Holly Pugh

Year of Participation in Leadership Program for Simulation Educators

2014

Education (Degree, Focus Areas, Year)

MSHA - 2007
BSN - 1993

Current Employer/Affiliation

Bon Secours Memorial College of Nursing
Richmond, VA

Director, Clinical Simulation Center
Bon Secours Memorial College of Nursing
Richmond, VA

Most Recent/Selected Simulation-related Publications/Presentations

Most Recent Publications:
Bartlett, J. L., Thomas-Wright, J. S., Pugh, H. L. (2014). When Is It Okay to Cry? An End-of-Life Simulation Experience. Journal of Nursing Education, 53(11) 659-662.

Most Recent Presentations:
Curry-Lourenco, K., Pugh, H., Rogers, N., Weiermann, P. "Comparison of Characteristics Among Simulation Centers: An Nationwide Survey.” Accepted for poster presentation as a work-in-progress, at the International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare, January 2015 Conference, New Orleans, LA.

Other Accomplishments

Certifications:
CHSE (Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator)

Availability for Consulation or Collaboration

Would be interested in collaborating with others in simulation center building/design/management. Also interested in trends in faculty development.

Contact Information

Email Address:
Holly_Pugh@bshsi.org

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Schneidereith, Tonya

Tonya Schneidereith

Year of Participation in Leadership Program for Simulation Educators

2015

Education (Degree, Focus Areas, Year)

PhD, Nursing - 2003
MSN, Pediatric Critical Care Nurse Practitioner Program - 1993
BSN, Nursing - 1988

Current Employer/Affiliation

Associate Professor of Nursing
Stevenson University
Stevenson, MD 21153

Most Recent/Selected Simulation-related Publications/Presentations

Most Recent Publications:
Schneidereith, T.A. (2015). Seeing Through Google Glass: Using an Innovative Technology to Improve Medication Safety Behaviors in Undergraduate Nursing Students. Nursing Education Perspectives 36(5), 337-339. doi: 10.5480/15-1653

Schneidereith, T. (2014). Using simulations to identify nursing student behaviors: A longitudinal study of medication administration. Journal of Nursing Education, 53(2), 89-92. doi: 10.3928/01484834-20140122-07

Most Recent Presentations:
Schneidereith, T. (Podium, 2016). Dosage Miscalculations at the Point of Care: New Views and New Perspectives. Stevenson University Scholars' Showcase, Kaleidoscope: Changing the Picture. Stevenson, MD.

Schneidereith, T., Herrington, A., Bensfield, L., Hawkins, K., Sule, E, and Thurling, C.H. (Poster, 2015). Integrating Simulation into the Curriculum: What Does it Really Mean? 10th Annual National League for Nursing/ Elsevier Technology Conference, Tampa, FL.

Schneidereith, T. (Poster, 2015). Using Google Glass to Identify Medication Administration Behaviors in Undergraduate Nursing Students. 10th Annual National League for Nursing/ Elsevier Technology Conference, Tampa, FL.

Schneidereith, T. (Podium, 2015). Google Glass: An Innovative Teaching-Learning Method to Improve Medication Administration Safety in Nursing Students. Stevenson University Scholars' Showcase, Discoveries: From Centers to Margins. Stevenson, MD.

Schneidereith, T. (Poster, 2013). Using Technology to Increase Safety: Can the iPad Influence Medication Administration in Simulation? 8th Annual National League for Nursing/ Elsevier Technology Conference, Philadelphia, PA.


Other Accomplishments

Innovative Teaching with Technology Award
"Seeing through Google Glass: Using an innovative technology to improve medication safety behaviors in nursing students,” Stevenson University.

Certifications:
CNE (Certified Nurse Educator)
CHSE (Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator)

Availability for Consulation or Collaboration

Consultation
Faculty Development, Curricular Integration of Simulation

Collaboration
Would be interested in collaborating with others on multi-site medication safety simulation project

Contact Information

tschneidereith@stevenson.edu

 


Stennett, Randall

Year of Participation in Leadership Program for Simulation Educators

2013

Education (Degree, Focus Areas, Year)

MSN, Nursing, (FNP) - 1999
BSN, Nursing - 1981

Current Employer/Affiliation

Covenant School of Nursing
Simulation Coordinator
Lubbock, Texas

Most Recent/Selected Simulation-related Publications/Presentations

Recent Presentations:
INACSL, 2014, Podium presentation, Improving Deliberate Practice: The Magic of a Collaborative Protocol, Randall Stennett, Sharon Decker, Sandra Caballero, Jennifer Timmerman.

NLN Technology Conference, 2013, A Coast to Coast Collaboration: Building Bridges for Practice Partners Project; Melanie Cason, Anna Hefner, Lynn Phillips, Janeen Berndt, N. Kathleen McGuire, Randall Stennett.

INACSL, 2012, Podium presentation, Evaluating and Obtaining Annual Competencies Utilizing Simulation in Pediatric Intensive Care; Randall Stennett, Sharon Decker, Shannon Shuttlesworth, Gwen Davis.

INACSL, 2010, Podium presentation, Utilizing a Template for Scenario Creation, Randall Stennett, Tracey, Hillary Hart-Moreno, Sharon Decker.

Other Accomplishments

Certifications:
CHSE (Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator)

Availability for Consulation or Collaboration

Areas of Interest:
Deliberate Practice
Transition to Practice

Contact Information

Email:
rstennett@covhs.org

Phone:
(806) 725-0295

Sullivan-Mann, Joann

Year of participation in Leadership Program for Simulation Educators

2010

Education (Degree, Focus areas, Year)

MSN - University of Cincinnati, 1986
BSN - College of Mt. St. Joseph, 1973

Current Employer/Affiliation

TriHealth/Good Samaritan College of Nursing
Cincinnati, Ohio
Professor of Nursing
Simulation & Skill's Lab Coordinator

Most Recent/Selected Simulation-related Publications/Presentations

Poster Presentations:
The Effects of Simulation on Students' Perception of Learning @ Beyond the Boundaries: Evolving Simulation & Skills to the Next Generation of Healthcare Conference for Tri-State Nursing Simulation & Skill's Lab Consortium 10/13.

Podium Presentations:
Evaluation Methods for Simulation @ Sharpening Your Simulation Skills Conference @ University of Cincinnati 8/13.

Leadership and Lifelong Learning with Simulation.
Ohio League for Nursing - Nursing Education Summit.
Columbus, Ohip. 3/12.

Emergencies and Simulation: Safety and Survival Using Simulation. Neonatal Nurse Leaders Conference.
General Butler State Park, Kentucky. 4/12.

Publication:
The Effects of Simulation on Nursing Students' Critical Thinking Scores. A Quantitative Study. Newborn & Infant Reviews. Vol.9. No.2. June 2009.

Other Accomplishments

Leadership in Nursing Award - Distinguished Nurse Educator. Presented by the College of Mount St. Joseph. 2009.

Availability for Consultation or Collaboration

Available by request.

Contact Information

joann_sullivan-mann@trihealth.com

Good Samaritan College of Nursing & Health Science
375 Dixmyth Ave.
Cincinnati, OH 45220

513-862-1115

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Thomas, Christine


Christine Thomas

Year of Participation in Leadership Program for Simulation Educators

2014

Education (Degree, Focus Areas, Year)

PhD, Nursing Education, Theory, and Research, 2004
MSN, Nursing Education/Adult Health, 1996
BSN, Nursing, 1987

Current Employer/Affiliation

West Chester University
Department of Nursing
222H Sturzebecker HSC
West Chester, PA 19383

Most Recent/Selected Simulation-related Publications/Presentations

Recent Publications:
Thomas, C. (2015). Theory to practice integration. In Smith, M. J., Carpenter, R., & Fitzpatrick, J. J. (Eds.), Encyclopedia of nursing education. New York: Springer Publishing.
Thomas, C., & Mraz, M. (2013). Designing a Medication Cart and Computerized Chart on a Budget. CIN: Computers, Informatics, Nursing: CIN Plus. 31(6), 251-254.
Thomas, C., & Mackey, E. (2012). Impact of a Clinical Simulation Elective on BSN Student Clinical Confidence. Journal of Nursing Education, 51(4), 236-239.

Recent Presentations:
Philadelphia Simulation Consortium - May 22, 2014, University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing, Philadelphia PA. Presented research paper entitled: Elective Couse in Patient Simulation: Impact on BSN Student Confidence

Recent Posters:
National League for Nursing/Elsevier Technology Conference, 9th annual - Nashville, TN, October 24-26, 2014. Co-presenting Faculty Development: A Tool Kit for Simulation Educators that includes analysis of simulation educators experience along the novice to expert continuum and resources designed for NLN/SIRC website materials.
National League for Nursing/Elsevier Technology Conference, 9th annual - Nashville, TN, October 24-26, 2014. Co-presented: Computerized Chart and Medication Dispenser on a Shoe-string Budget - the design and use of innovative low cost patient computerized charting system for use in simulation laboratories.
National Student Nurses' Association Annual Conference - Charlotte, NC, April 3-6, 2013. Co-presented a research proposal poster with nursing students entitled: The Effect of High-Fidelity Simulation on Student Skill and Decision Making.

Other Accomplishments

Certifications:
CHSE (Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator)

Reviewer
Simulation Innovation Resource Center (SIRC)-online e-learning website. August 2014. Served as expert content reviewer for 2 courses: Teaching & Learning Strategies and Developing Faculty.

Availability for Consulation or Collaboration

Would be interested in:
• Collaborating in multi-site simulation research projects
• Consulting in curriculum specific simulation scenario design
• Consulting/faculty development seminar sessions

Contact Information

Christine M. Thomas PhD, RN, CHSE
cthomas@wcupa.edu

Associate Professor
West Chester University
Department of Nursing
222H Sturzebecker HSC
West Chester, PA 19383
office: 610-738-0545


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Van Beek, Karen



Karen Van Beek

Year of Participation in Leadership Program for Simulation Educators

2014

Education (Degree, Focus Areas, Year)

- BSN, Nursing, 1980
- MS, Nursing, Clinical Nurse Specialist, 2003

Current Employer/Affiliation

Health Sciences Resource Center Director
Assistant Professor of Nursing
Bellin College
Green Bay, WI

Most Recent/Selected Simulation-related Publications/Presentations

Most Recent Publications:
Morse, K., Schram, A., Van Beek, K., & Muckler, V. C. The effectiveness of simulation-based educational interventions with interprofessional education and nursing students: A systematic review protocol.
(The JBI Database of Systematic Reviews and Implementation Reports, 2021. Accepted 12/15/14)

Most Recent Presentations:
Poster Presentation-October 2014: The Shared Journey of Completing a Systematic Review

Other Accomplishments

- Member of Interprofessional Education team
- Working with small hospitals through the Wisconsin Hospital Association Foundation Scholarship program to develop and implement clinical OB simulation training.
- NLN Simulation Leadership Program, 2014
- Certificate in Simulation, 2012
- NLN Health Information Technology Scholarship Program, 2009
- LEAN Certificate Program, 2007
- CCNS, Acute and Critical Care Nursing Adult, 2004

Availability for Consulation or Collaboration

I would be interested in collaborating with others related to simulation planning, faculty development, debriefing strategies, implementation of Interprofessional Simulation activities and multi-site simulation research initiatives.

Contact Information

Karen Van Beek, MS, RN, CCNS
HSRC Director / Assistant Professor of Nursing
Bellin College
3201 Eaton Rd.
Green Bay, WI 54311
(920) 433-6699
karen.vanbeek@bellincollege.edu


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Wang, J. Cedar

J. Cedar Wang

Year of Participation in Leadership Program for Simulation Educators

2013

Education (Degree, Focus Areas, Year)

MSN, Gerontological Primary Care -1997
University of Pennsylvania

Bachelor of Science in Nursing - 1996
University of Pennsylvania

Current Employer/Affiliation

Holy Name Medical Center
Director, Institute for Simulation Learning
Teaneck, NJ

Most Recent/Selected Simulation-related Publications/Presentations

Most recent presentations:
Medical Grand Rounds & Patient Safety Symposium - April 2014, Holy Name Medical Center, "The Role of Simulation in Safeguarding Patients' Safety."

Other Accomplishments

Certifications:
CHSE (Certified Simulation Healthcare Educator)
GNP-BC (Board Certifed Gerontological Nurse Practioner)

Availability for Consulation or Collaboration

Designing and building a simulation center in a hospital setting
Simulatoin center business plan and organizational development

Contact Information

j-wang@holyname.org
www.holyname.org/simulation

Weaver, Amy

Amy Weaver

Year of Participation in Leadership Program for Simulation Educators

2011

Education (Degree, Focus Areas, Year)

PhD in Nursing from Villanova University, Focus on Nursing Education, 2013, Dissertation Topic: Simulation/Debriefing

Current Employer/Affiliation

Assistant Professor at Youngstown State University

Other Accomplishments

NLN Jonas Scholar 2012-2014

Contact Information

aweaver@ysu.edu

Winters, Susan

Susan Winters

Year of Participation in Leadership Program for Simulation Educators

2012

Education (Degree, Focus Areas, Year)

Ph.D., Nursing - Complex Organizations in Nursing, University of Virginia, 1997
MSN, Medical-Surgical Nursing, University of Virginia, 1987
BS, Nursing, Clarion University of Pennsylvania, 1985
AS, Nursing, Clarion University of Pennsylvania, 1982

Current Employer/Affiliation

Southeast Missouri State University/Assistant Professor

Most Recent/Selected Simulation-related Publications/Presentations

Jackson, J., Gonzalez, L., Averette, M., Ferry, D., & Winters, S. (2013). Developing Leaders in Simulation Education. Presentation at Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing 42nd Biennial Convention, Indianapolis, IN, November 2013.

Winters, S. (2013). The National League for Nursing (NLN) Leadership Development Program for Simulation Educators: Benefits, Outcomes, and Lessons Learned - Individual, Institutional, and Beyond. Presentation at the Laerdal Simulation Users Network (SUN) Conference, San Antonio, TX, October 3, 2013.

Other Accomplishments

2013 - Illinois Board of Higher Education and Illinois Center for Nursing, Nurse Educator Fellowship Award - $9,061 award for simulation activities.

2013 - Awarded Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities Assistant Position for simulation activities, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

Availability for Consulation or Collaboration

Available for Consultation regarding lab start-up strategies and ideas; faculty development in simulation.

Available for Collaboration. Interested in safety and errors; leadership & management; faculty development in simulation.

Contact Information

Susan Winters, PhD, RN, CNE
Assistant Professor
Southeast Missouri State University
One University Plaza
Department of Nursing
321 Crisp Hall
Cape Girardeau, MO 63701
(573) 651-2956
swinters@semo.edu (try email first)

Wong, Lorrie

Year of Participation in Leadership Program for Simulation Educators

2010-2011

Education (Degree, Focus Areas, Year)

PhD, Nursing, 2009
Post master's certificate Advanced practice NP 1999
MS, Nursing, 1988
BS, Nursing, 1979

Current Employer/Affiliation

University of Hawaii Manoa
School of Nursing and Dental Hygiene
Associate Professor and Director of Translational Health Science Simulation Center
Honolulu, Hi

Most Recent/Selected Simulation-related Publications/Presentations

Sakai, D., Marshall, S., Kasuya, R., Wong, L., Deutsch,M., Guerriero, M., Brooks, P., Fong, S., Omori, J. (2012). Interprofessional Education: Future Nurses and Physicians Learning Together. Hawaii Journal of Medicine and Public Health, 71(6), 168-171.

Forneris, S., Crownover, J., Dorsey, L., Leahy, N., Maas, N., Wong, L., Zabriskie, A., Zavertnik, J. (2012). Integrating QSEN and ACES: An NLN simulation leader project. Nursing Education Perspectives, May/June

Other Accomplishments

Certifications:
CHSE-A (Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator - Advanced)

Availability for Consulation or Collaboration

Interested in collaborating with multi-site simulation research focused on interprofessional simulation and research with Simulated Patient simulation.

Contact Information

lorriew@hawaii.edu
website: http://thssc.nursing.hawaii.edu/


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