Due to the growing concern surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic the Health Educator's Conference for April 2020 has been CANCELED. We are currently working on processing refunds at this time.
Use of Simulation for Clinical Faculty Development
2020 Health Educator's Conference
Pre-Conference: Wednesday, April 15, 2020
Transitioning from practice to clinical faculty can be challenging. With a shortage of clinical nursing faculty, practice experts are being asked to teach at clinical sites, yet have little exposure to teaching strategies. Concepts of simulation can ease this transition, giving nurses tools to set up meaningful learning, promote critical thinking and give feedback.
At the end of the presentation, participants will
Presenter: Lori Winters, MS, BSN, RN, CHSE
- Discuss using a prebrief strategy for clinical faculty so they can establish a relationship with their academic institution.
- Create a brave learning environment for their students using prebriefing strategies.
- Promote critical thinking in students through the use of simulation cueing
- Review debriefing tools that will help students process and integrate what they have learned.
Lori Winters is a Registered Nurse with over 20 years’ experience in nursing education in staff development and in academia for undergraduate and graduate nursing students. Currently Lori is a Simulation Education Specialist for HealthPartners Clinical Simulation. In her current role, she facilitates simulation scenarios for a variety of health care disciplines including physicians, dentists, advanced care practitioners, nurses and more. She has a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Nursing from Winona State University and a Master’s Degree in Nursing Education from the University of Minnesota. Lori is a Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator and enjoys learning and presenting on the topics of Moulage and Patient/Embedded Actors. Lori is a member of the Society for Simulation in HealthCare and the Association of Standardized Patient Educators.
Location: Sanford Center, Bemidji