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Immersion in Simulation

August 5–6, 2020

August 4–5, 2021

Drexel University Center City Campus
1601 Cherry Street, Three Parkway Building, Room #1043, Philadelphia, PA 19102

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:
This program will provide the essential information a nurse educator would need to incorporate simulation in a curriculum or a clinical setting. Simulation techniques for both the Human Patient Simulator and Standardized Patients will be presented. Debriefing techniques and moulage are also included.Immersion in Simulation

TARGET AUDIENCE:
Registered Nurses, Simulation Specialists, Academic Nurse Educators, Education Specialists, Staff Development Educators and Health Professionals interested in simulation

PROGRAM TOPICS:

  • Simulation Using the Human Patient Simulator.
  • Human Patient Simulator Case Development.
  • Simulation Using Standardized Patients.
  • Standardized Patient Case Development.
  • Human Patient Simulator Experience & Feedback.
  • Standardized Patient Experience & Feedback.
  • Human Patient Simulator Experience and Debriefing Case.
  • The Art & Science of Moulage in Simulation.
  • Debriefing Best Practices.
  • Evaluation of Simulation Experiences.
  • Introduction of Simulation into the Curriculum or Healthcare Setting.
  • Simulation Certification.

PROGRAM SCHEDULE:
8:00 a.m.–6:45 p.m. both days

Testimonials

"Every professional who does simulation in any way, shape, or form needs to take this course."
- anonymous

"This experience has been exceptional. The dynamic, interactive exercises have left me with new insight and a more realistic perspective on my role as a nursing educator."
- anonymous

"Excellent conference. Rich in information and hands-on practical experience."
- anonymous

Fees

$495 Tuition Includes:

  • Comprehensive Program Book with all handouts.
  • Continental Breakfast, Lunch & Refreshment Breaks each day.
  • Copy of the book "Review Manual for the Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator Exam" L. Wilson & R. Wittmann-Price, Springer Publishers 2015.
  • Moulage Kit.
  • Contact Hour Certificate.

Hotel and Travel Info

This course will be held at Drexel in Center City Philadelphia, NOT on Drexel's main campus

Three Parkway Building, 1601 Cherry Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102

Discounted Hotel Rates - Drexel University has discounted rates with hotels in Philadelphia. Please visit our list of Hotels with Drexel University Discount Rates. Please note: discount rates based on availability.

Map of Preferred Hotels of Drexel University

Hotels with Drexel Discounted Rate within walking Distance

Embassy Suites - 0.1 mile/5 minutes
Windsor Suites - 0.3 miles/7 minutes
Hampton Inn - 0.3 miles/6 minutes
Hilton Garden Inn - 0.3 miles/6 minutes
Home2 Suites - 0.5 miles/10 minutes
Sonesta - 0.6 miles/13 minutes
Loews Hotel - 0.6 miles/13 minutes
Union League - 0.6 miles/12 minutes
Club Quarters - 0.6 miles/ 13 minutes

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Directions to Drexel's Center City Campus

Accreditation

Outcome
To enable the nurse and other health professionals to increase knowledge on simulation and debriefing techniques

Overall Program Objective
Discuss an overview of simulation techniques, debriefing techniques, and moulage techniques.

Contact Hours
18.75 Continuing Nursing Education Contact Hours will be provided.

You must attend the entire program to receive credit.

Accreditation:

Drexel University (DREXEL) College of Nursing and Health Professions, Division of Continuing Nursing Education is accredited as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.

Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider Number CEP13661 for 18.75 contact hours

Disclosure statement:
All planners and presenters at nursing continuing education activities are required to disclose to the audience any significant financial relationships with the manufacturer(s) of any commercial products, goods or services. Such disclosures will be made in writing in the course presentation materials.