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Simulation Regional Workshop Faculty Needed

The Society for Simulation in Healthcare (SSH) and the International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning (INACSL) are seeking faculty for their Simulation Regional Workshops. These one-day, educational workshops are designed to be a collaborative learning opportunity for persons working in and developing simulation programs.


First introduced in September 2016, the SSH/INACSL Regional Workshop is a quality program that provides educational benefits to the target population and geographic region and will allow for partnership with local colleges, universities and hospitals across the country. Detailed information about the workshop is available online.

Two faculty are sought for each workshop.

General Faculty Qualifications:

  • Active member in INACSL and/or SSH
  • Previous workshop teaching experience
  • Simulation teaching experience
  • Reference from a simulation or workshop co-teacher
  • Recommended, not Required: CHSE, CHSE-A, CHSOS, SSH or INACSL
  • Committee Member, OR from an SSH Accredited Simulation Center

First Presenter:
Experience applying the National Council State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) Simulation Guidelines for Prelicensure Nursing Programs and the INACSL Standards of Best Practice: Simulation

Second Presenter:
Recommended, not Required: CHSE, CHSE-A, or CHSOS and/or from an SSH Accredited Simulation Center

Call for Course Content and Spectrum of Ideas Showcase 

Participants Submissions due March 20, 2017, 6pm EST

The SimOps 2017 Planning Committee is now accepting course proposals.This year's theme, The Future: Connected, provides the framework for the content.We are seeking course proposals that will help inform our work in simulation operations; open the door to new technologies; and enhance the professional development of the simulation operations specialist.

Course Topics Include:

Technical Operations: scenario development and programming; equipment repair & maintenance; course preparation; AV/IT solutions; in situ simulation; and more.
Professional Development: sim certifications & accreditation; sim-based training and fellowships; career development; professional advancement; interprofessional training and more.
Administrative Operations: development of simulation staff roles and responsibilities; ROI; gaining buy-in of your simulation center; data analytics, learner usage; inventory and equipment tracking, and more

Educational Technologies: Topics included in Educational Technologies include: novel moulage & improvisation techniques, DIY solutions, low cost solutions, simulation technologies including 3D and virtual reality, updates on content delivery methods, online and distance learning, community outreach, flipped classroom and other innovative delivery formats

Special Interest

The Planning Committee would like to include topics of importance involving: surgical simulation, nursing simulation educators and Simulation Operation Specialists in the VA, DoD and other government agency venues. 

Spectrum of Ideas Showcase 

Unveil your novel and innovative solutions in this exciting and highly interactive demonstration format. The Showcase will feature the latest in novel interventions for healthcare simulation, highlighting four key areas:

  1. Technical Modifications
  2.  Low Cost Ideas 
  3. Ideas for Low Resource Environments 
  4. Cutting Edge High Tech Ideas

Submit Today!*

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Call for Content

IMSH 2018

Los Angeles, California

January 13 - 17, 2018

Educational Content, Abstracts, Spectrum of Ideas Entries 

Launch - Monday, April 3, 2017

Close - Monday, June 5, 2017

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