Improving Remote Simulation Outcomes using the INACSL Standards of Best Practice
The Simulation User Network Conferences (SUN) offer best practices to help advance simulation training programs across all healthcare disciplines.
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced us all to pivot and look for new ways to deliver our simulation content with the expectation that our outcomes will be the same. Remote simulation is a novel methodology that involves delivering mannequin-based simulation content virtually using a video conferencing platform. Please enjoy this engaging and informative discussion with a team of global experts who will share how to best apply the INACSL Standards of Best Practice to this emerging pedagogy.
The International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning (INACSL) Standards of Best Practice are designed to advance the science of simulation, share best practices, and provide evidence-based guidelines for implementation and training.
The INACSL Standards of Best Practice: Simulation provides a detailed process for evaluating and improving simulation operating procedures and delivery methods that every simulation team will benefit from. Adoption of the INACSL Standards of Best Practice: Simulation demonstrates a commitment to quality and implementation of rigorous evidence-based practices in healthcare education to improve patient care by complying with practice standards.
The Simulation User Network (SUN) Conference draws over 300 user network members to each meeting. It serves as a platform for collaboration, innovation and simulation advancements that lead to improvements in education and healthcare delivery.
The SUN Conference is a place to meet others who have objectives in simulation just like yours and connect with industry-leading experts.
You'll experience best practices and hands-on demonstrations that help advance simulation training programs across all healthcare disciplines.