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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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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