WEBINAR: Simulation’s Role in Next Generation NCLEX Success Part III: De-Briefing

October 25, 2022

Unbound Medicine


Simulation’s Role in Next Generation NCLEX Success

Part III: Debreifing

November 2, 2022 12:00PM EST

Join OADN and Unbound Medicine for part 3 in a 3-part series that spotlights simulations’ role in ensuring student success on the Next generation NCLEX exam. In this third webinar, a team of nurse educators and simulation experts discuss the importance of debriefing and provide examples of how to integrate Next Gen NCLEX prompts into a well-structured debriefing session.

Webinar Features:

  • A discussion of proven debriefing techniques
  • Examples of good and bad debriefing communication
  • Live Q&A session




Janeen Berndt, DNP, RN, ACNS, CNE – National Director of Clinical Innovation and Integration·Galen College of Nursing

With over a decade of experience in higher education, Dr. Berndt offers expertise in online nursing education, competency-based learning, and patient simulation. She is the National Director of Clinical Innovation and Integration at Galen College of Nursing. Janeen has been a Certified Nurse Educator since 2006, holds a DNP from Valparaiso University, and is active in the Psi Upsilon Chapter of Sigma. She is certified as an Adult Health Clinical Nurse Specialist specializing in geriatric-psychiatry and palliative care. Dr. Berndt also maintains membership in the NLN and ANCC.


Nina Leverkuhn, MSN, RN, Professor – Faculty, Blinn College

Nina began her career as a registered nursing in 1985 as a graduate of Houston Baptist University. Her nursing career included pediatric intensive care and adult medical/surgical nursing. After a break from nursing to homeschool her children, she found that she loved teaching. She began her journey back to nursing as a lab assistant in the simulation lab at Blinn College. Thus, her love of simulation education began. She transitioned over to the Associate Degree Nursing program to assist with skills remediation and clinicals. She graduated from Western Governors University in 2021 with a Master of Science in Nursing Education. She now teaches Adult Health theory and clinical as well as a skills course. She loves to find ways to incorporate simulation into every course and encourages students to always keep learning!