34 Professionals Named SSH Fellows

The Society for Simulation in Healthcare (SSH) Board of Directors is pleased to announce the inaugural group of Fellows for the new SSH Academy.  

These individuals were selected based on their outstanding contributions to the development of SSH and to the field of healthcare simulation. Their skills and knowledge are a vital component of the Academy's success, as the Fellows will initiate important work to keep our field moving forward

Review of the candidates was a very considered and deliberate process.  To give applicants a fair and thorough assessment, reviewers were selected to represent operations, research, EMS, education, nursing, medicine, and industry perspectives in the academic and service settings.

Candidates went through a rigorous review process. Application reviewers sought evidence of sustained contribution and impact to the field of healthcare simulation and to the Society, and a commitment to support the mission and vision of the Academy. 

In all, 34 individuals make up this inaugural group, including six from outside the U.S. This group represents the diversity and expertise that will launch the SSH Academy and allow it to achieve its mission and vision.

Please join us in congratulating the following individuals who will be formally inducted into the SSH Academy at the International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare (IMSH) in Orlando on January 30, 2017:

  • Eric Bauman
  • Aaron Calhoun
  • Adam Cheng
  • Jeff Cooper
  • Ian Curran
  • Sharon Decker
  • Ellen Deutsch
  • Michael DeVita
  • Peter Dieckmann
  • William Dunn
  • Walter Eppich
  • David Gaba
  • Michael Gordon
  • James Gordon
  • Barry Issenberg
  • Pamela Jeffries
  • Suzie Kardong-Edgren
  • Jared Kutzin
  • Ron Levy
  • Juli Maxworthy
  • William McGaghie
  • Debra Nestel
  • Yasuharu Okuda
  • Doris Ostergaard
  • Janice Palaganas
  • Paul Phrampus
  • Charles Pozner
  • Dan Raemer
  • Mark Scerbo
  • John Schaefer III
  • Michael Seropian
  • Lisa Sinz
  • KT Waxman
  • Amitai Ziv

 



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