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What does Simulation look like in 2070?

Posted on June 13th | by Dr. Pamela Jeffries in Nursing Talk, Simulation.
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Okay, its 58 year’s away, but in looking back….the use of simulation for airplane pilot training was just starting in 1954. It was novel then, as simulation in health care is now! Let’s take a look and see what has … Read More »



Professional Development is Key to Simulation Consortiums

Posted on June 6th | by Dr. Pamela Jeffries in Nursing Talk, Simulation.
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Hi everyone,

I would like to talk about Professional Development and the need for this type of development in your institutions/organizations when embarking on simulations.  In your overall plan to develop a consortium around healthcare simulations, professional development is a very … Read More »



The Consortium Model

Posted on June 4th | by Dr. Pamela Jeffries in Nursing Talk, Simulation.
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We have found that the process of developing successful health care education simulation centers ultimately benefits from working together with others who have similar needs. While initially a center may develop out of a local need or pilot … Read More »



Building Consortiums: They Begin with a Sharing of Ideas

Posted on May 30th | by Dr. Pamela Jeffries in Nursing Talk, Simulation.
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“If you have an apple and I have an apple and we exchange these apples, then you and I still have one apple. But if you have an idea and I have an idea and we exchange these ideas, then … Read More »



Introduction of a Simulation Consortium Blog Site

Posted on May 1st | by Dr. Pamela Jeffries in Nursing Talk, Simulation.
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Welcome to the first post of a new Simulation blog site!

We look forward to building a learning community of interested readers and contributors on the topic of developing consortiums for effective health care simulation centers. We have seen that simulation … Read More »