The American Journal of Nursing has published, “The Changing Landscape of Simulation-Based Education” in its August 2019 edition. The article was written by CMS faculty members: Kate Morse, PhD, MSN, RN; Mary Fey, PhD, RN; Suzie Kardong-Edgren, PhD, RN, ANEF, FAAN; Ann Mullen, MSN, RN; Melanie Barlow, MS, RN; and Stephanie Barwick, MS, RN.
The article focuses on four major topics in simulation:
· Implementation of Simulation-Based Education
· Safety in Simulation
The work cites essential research in the field and reflects the collective experience of its six authors, who are all distinguished leaders in nursing, clinical education, and simulation.
Kate Morse is the Associate Director of Educational Leadership and International Programs at CMS and Mary Fey is the Associate Director of Simulation Educator Training Program at CMS. Ann Mullen is Program Manager of the Institute for Medical Simulation at CMS.
Suzie Kardong-Edgren is an adjunct faculty member at CMS, professor of nursing and Director of the Research and Innovation in Simulation Education (RISE) Center at the Robert Morris University School of Nursing and Health Sciences. Melanie Barlow is the Director of Simulation at Mater Education and Stephanie Barwick is lead educator of the Speaking Up with Good Judgment program at Mater Education. Both Melanie and Stephanie are adjunct faculty members at CMS and former CMS Fellows.
Read the full article at: https://journals.lww.com/ajnonline/Fulltext/2019/08000/The_Changing_Landscape_of_Simulation_Based.29.aspx