September 28, 2022
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Simulation’s Role in Next Generation NCLEX Success
Part II: Moving to the Classroom and Beyond—Incorporating Free Virtual Products into Active Learning Strategies Using NGN
OCTOBER 5, 2022 – 12PM ET
You are invited to join OADN and Unbound Medicine for part 2 in a 3-part series that spotlights simulations’ role in ensuring student success on the Next generation NCLEX exam. A team of 4 nurse educators/simulation experts will showcase a few ways to incorporate free virtual simulation resources into active learning strategies using the core concepts of the clinical judgment measurement model (CJMM).
Elizabeth S. Robison, EdD, MSN, RN, CNE, CHSE-A
Liz is a Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator-Advanced, with the Society for Simulation in Healthcare, as well as a Certified Nurse Educator with the National League for Nursing. She’s currently part of the Board of Directors for the International Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning (INACSL) as the Secretary/Treasurer and is a faculty facilitator for the INACSL Simulation Education Program (ISEP).
Theresa Cooney, MSN, RN, SEL-III
Theresa is an assistant professor at Howard Community College in a teaching a concept-based curriculum with a pediatric focus to include theory, clinical, and simulation. Other areas include concept-based curriculum development, retention and remediation of ADN students, and faculty professional development including exam blueprints with item analysis, diversity, equity, and inclusion within the curriculum, flipped classroom with active learning activities, use of virtual simulation with debriefing, and simulation evaluation.
Corinn Herrell, MSN, RN, CHSE, CNEn
Corinn is the Nursing Simulation Coordinator for Phoenix College: Center for Nursing Excellence. She joined Phoenix College as a nursing faculty member in 2019. She started her career as a Registered Nurse in 2007 as a graduate of Mesa-Boswell Community College. She went on to complete her Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) from Grand Canyon University in 2012, and her Master of Science in Nursing with an emphasis in Education from Grand Canyon University in 2013. She is a Certified Healthcare Simulation Expert. Her nursing career started in a general medical telemetry unit, with the majority of her career in Adult Geriatric Progressive Care (PCU). She started her career in nursing education as an acute care RN Education Specialist for Banner Health in 2012, transitioning to academics in 2019. In her years of education, she has discovered a passion for simulation and creating robust experiences for the participants that impact learning and retention of knowledge.
Meg CW Lagunas, PhD, MEd, RN, CCRN, CHSE
Meg received her PhD in Nursing Science from University of Washington, Seattle and is the Director of the Clinical Learning Center for the College of Nursing and Health Sciences at University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire. Her professional interests focus on optimizing the use of simulation to meet both interprofessional and nursing program objectives and is a Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator (CHSE). In addition, her clinical nursing experiences include adult medical, surgical, and transplant critical care and is a Certified Critical Care Nurse (CCRN). She can be found experimenting with manikins and collaborating with faculty to execute crazy ideas.