While attending a two-day conference, nurse educators saw firsthand how simulation is playing an increasingly important role in the education of RNs.
More than 250 nurse participants attended the California Institute for Nursing and Health Cares Magic in Teaching conference Oct. 19-20 in San Francisco.CINHC Program Director KT Waxman, RN, left, and Executive Director Deloras Jones, RN, attend the Magic in Teaching Conference.
The focus of this years event was innovative uses of simulation in the educational environment. Participants learned about successful strategies being applied around the U.S. and Australia.
Daily presentations and panels focused on simulation and patient safety; afterward, educators had the opportunity to break into discussion groups.