The Future Is AweSIM - Montgomery College
Sabrina Beroz, DNP, RN, CHSE; Raquel Bertiz, PhD, RN, CNE; LatashaCousar, MSN, RN; Timothy Fuss, MSN, RN; Rose Kronziah-Seme, MSN, RN, PhDc; James Mitchell, Simulation Technician; Patsy O’Meara, MS, RN, CHSE; Sylvia Stevens, PhD, APRN
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Montgomery College, Takoma Park/Silver Spring campus, borders Washington D.C. and boasts a state of the art seven-room simulation suite representative of the diverse student body, faculty and population served in the greater metropolitan area. The college is home to an open access, internationally recognized simulation library referenced as a resource in the NCSBN Simulation Guidelines for Prelicensure Nursing Programs (Alexander et al., 2015). The Maryland Clinical Simulation Resource Consortium is housed at Montgomery College - a statewide initiative created to increase the quality and quantity of simulation used in nursing education throughout Maryland.
Come tour our facility to experience a day of learning and collaboration as we discover a future which looks aweSIM. Interactive educational sessions include simulation in the classroom using standardized patients, transforming a technophobe into a technophile, student friendly electronic medical records, unfolding multi-patient simulations and evaluation of student performance during simulation.
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