News and Events
Upcoming Tennessee Simulation Association Events:
Stay tuned for upcoming Events to be listed here.
International/National Simulation Conferences/Learning Events 2021-2022:
January 15-19, 2022 / International Meeting for Simulation in Healthcare (IMSH) 2022 / provided by the Society of Simulation in Healthcare / Los Angeles, CA / Link to event: https://imsh2022.org/
June 15-18, 2022 / International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation in Learning (INACSL) 2022 Conference / Milwaukee, WI / Link to event: https://www.inacsl.org/education/future-conferences
June 26-29, 2022 / Association for Standardized Patient Educators (ASPE) Annual Conference 2022 / New Orleans, LA / Link to event: https://www.aspeducators.org/future-conferences
August 2-5th, 2022 / SimGHOSTS USA 2022 / Dallas, TX / Link to event: https://simghosts.org/page/SG22USA
Ongoing dates for Instructor Trainings in Simulation / Center for Medical Simulation (CMS) / Link to information: https://harvardmedsim.org/training/simulation-instructor-training/
Previous Event Descriptions
July Virtual Event:
The use of virtual standardized patients and lessons learned related to SP use during the pandemic was explored. Experts from all regions of the state and guest speaker, Jamie Pitt from UTHSC, joined the panel discussion.
June Virtual Event:
Avkin, a simulation trainer company, discussed their new wearable trainer related to wound care and nursing education.
Zoom recording link: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=9bqX-wYis8Y&feature=youtu.be
May Virtual Event:
Going Green/Recycling within the simulation space, presented by Dr. Beth Hallmark from Belmont University. The webinar described sustainable methods for saving simulation kits and tips for repurposing expired supplies.
April Virtual Event:
SES Simulations, a new simulation technology company, highlighted their new simulation product and discussed how this might be used in medical education while virtual learning is common.
March Virtual Event:
The TN Sim Alliance hosted a virtual escape room, created by faculty at UTHSC. Users were walked through the virtual escape room by an expert user, who supported the team’s decision making. The event was interprofessional, and faculty from multiple colleges and departments were present.
zoom recording link: https://screencast-o-matic.com/watch/crfnn1VVLpY