December 2-3, 2015
University of South Alabama
Interprofessional Simulation in Education
Nurses, physicians, paramedics, technicians and simulation educators from the Southern regional area came together in December of 2015 for this free conference. The Southern Regional HPSN focused on interprofessional simulation in education and was designed to boost simulation skills and deepen your knowledge of how to integrate simulation into your curriculum. With this conference, we strengthened the conversation surrounding healthcare simulation, as we explored a new world of fast changing and innovative solutions for improving the quality of care by "improving the way healthcare learns”.
About The University of South Alabama:
The Human-Patient Simulation Program at the University of South Alabama provides multi-disciplinary simulation learning opportunities at its 6 locations in the Mobile and Baldwin County area. Its extensive inventory of partial task trainers and high fidelity human patient simulators create an optimal learning environment designed to improve technical skills, clinical judgement, decision making, communication, and teamwork. Attendees had the opportunity to tour the simulation center and ask faculty direct questions around their program and simulator use.