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May 2019 Profile In Simulation

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Judy I. Murphy PhD, RN, CNE, CHSE-A

 

Judy Murphy had only recently begun working as a nurse, when she realized that the favorite part of her day was when the students would come in and she was able to teach them. 

And not long after that, she attended a seminar where there was a “SimMan” patient simulator. And from there, a career in simulation was born. 

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IMSH TO DEMONSTRATE THE ROLE OF SIMULATION-BASED TRAINING IN PATIENT SAFETY Global simulation in healthcare event to address the newest ways that sim...

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SOCIETY FOR SIMULATION IN HEALTHCARE NAMES BOARD MEMBERS WASHINGTON, DC – NOVEMBER 22, 2016 – The Society for Simulation in Healthcare (SS...

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 PRESS RELEASE  CONTACT:  David Harrison  david@harrisoncommunications.net  410-804-1728  CERTIFICATIONS IN HEALTHC...

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This month, the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) cited SSH's  (CHSE) as a recommended certification in their new NCSBN Simulation Guidelines for Prelicensure Nursing Programs.  

Published in the Journal of Nursing Regulation, the guidelines cite a study demonstrating that high-quality simulation experiences could be substituted for up to 50% of traditional clinical hours across the pre-licensure nursing curriculum. They also cite several additional studies supporting the use of simulation in nursing training, including one that found that simulation improved the critical thinking, performance of skills, knowledge of the subject matter, and increased clinical reasoning in certain areas.

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August 31, 2015: The Society for Simulation in Healthcare (SSH) announces a major milestone for the Certified Healthcare Simulation Educators (CHSE) program. Since its launch in 2012, over 600 individuals from 15 countries have successfully completed the examination. Achievement of CHSE demonstrates excellence, professionalism and a commitment to improving healthcare simulation education.

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The Society for Simulation in Healthcare (SSH) announces that, after nearly 11 years of service as founding and current Editor in Chief of the SSH peer-reviewed indexed journal Simulation in Healthcare, Dr. David Gaba has decided to step down as EIC no later than July 1, 2016 (one year from now). Dr. Gaba will remain on the Editorial Board. An open search for the new EIC will begin within the next one to two months, with a call for nominations (self or otherwise).   An EIC Search Task Force will be created to evaluate nominees and to advise the SSH Board of Directors as to a final selection.

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The Society for Simulation in Healthcare Board of Directors is pleased to inform the membership that as a result of your participation, the proposed 2015 Bylaws have been approved.

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Dear Members,

This message is to provide you with an update on the Bylaws review process and voting schedule. I know many of you are excited to move forward with greater clarity and I share your enthusiasm. However, I believe the review process has provided the opportunity for bettering the documentation, as well as for members to add their voices to the discussion directly. Thank you to the members who contributed to the discussion 

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February 5, 2015: The Society for Simulation in Healthcare (SSH) is pleased to announce the awarding of the first twenty-one Certified Healthcare Simulation Operations Specialist (CHSOS) certifications. “The Operations Specialists are as varied and unique as the centers who employ them. Some have titles that include Simulation Technicians, Simulation Technology Specialists, and Simulation IT Specialists. Regardless of the title, the 

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The Society for Simulation in Healthcare (SSH) announces today the addition of thirteen fully accredited Sim Centers, one provisional and two mid-cycle area accreditations to the roster of accredited centers.   Since launching the accreditation program in 2010, fifty-four centers have achieved accreditation.   This rigorous process is important to the healthcare simulation profession because it fosters institutional and program improvement.


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