August 11, 2020
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM ET
This webinar is part of a series by the Future of Nursing: Campaign for Action to support nurses in their ongoing effort to improve health for all and reduce racial disparities in the United States. During this webinar, we will discuss virtual simulations available for schools of nursing.
- Teresa Gore PhD, DNP, FAAN, is a professor at the University of South Florida College of Nursing. She is involved in USF Health interprofessional education workgroup and simulation consortium. She was the president of the International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning (INACSL). Gore completed a PhD in Adult Education, Doctor of Nursing Practice, certificate program in simulation education, and post-master’s nurse practitioner program. Gore is certified as a Family Nurse Practitioner, a Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator Advanced (CHSE-A) and a Fellow in the American Academy of Nursing. She has been an invited presenter on simulation topics, nationally and internationally.
- Kellie Bryant, DNP, WHNP, CHSE, is executive director of simulation at Columbia University School of Nursing’s Helene Fuld Health Trust Simulation Center. Throughout her career she has become an expert in the field of simulation through her experience of designing simulation centers and implemented simulation programs. Bryant has over 18 years of teaching experience and ten years of experience as a Perinatal/Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner. She is the co-investigator on a recent $1.86 million grant from Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality test a simulation intervention designed to improve provider performance of standard precautions and prevent health care associated infections (HAIs) and occupational blood-borne pathogen exposures. She has served as key personnel on two HRSA grants that focus on increasing use of simulation in the classroom setting and teaching oral and systemic health to nurse practitioner students through the use of simulation. She is an active member of Society for Simulation in Healthcare, serving on several committees, as well as a e-board member of the Greater New York City Black Nurses Association.
- Gaea A. Daniel, PhD, RN is a postdoctoral fellow at Emory University where her program of research focuses on how sociocultural and behavioral factors affect sexual health outcomes in Black women. She devotes her time to diversity-related initiatives in research and nursing and enjoys volunteering in the community with the Atlanta Black Nurses Association, in which she serves as a Board Member. Before pursuing her doctoral studies, Daniel was a nurse in the Surgical/Transplant Intensive Care Unit at Emory University Hospital. Daniel received a Doctor of Philosophy from Emory University where she was a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) Future of Nursing Scholar and a Master of Science in Nursing from Augusta University where she was an RWJF New Careers in Nursing Scholar.
- Provide purpose, standards, expectations, and requirements for virtual clinical simulations.
- Provide program perspective, implementation, and recommendations for virtual clinical simulations.
- Introduce and provide a walk through a sample of available virtual clinical simulation programs.