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About INACSL

The International Nursing Association Clinical Simulation and Learning (INACSL) is an association dedicated to advancing the science of healthcare simulation.

Vision: Simulation and innovation transform lives.

Mission: To be global leader in science of healthcare simulation through excellence in nursing education practice and research.

Core Values:

Discovery: Creating uncovering and developing to build capacity and influence.

Diversity: Strength grows from accepting the voice of all and extending equitable opportunities to others.

Collaboration: Working inclusively propels success.

INACSL RIG

Regional Interest Groups (RIGs) are designed to connect like-minded individuals around simulation-based research, learning and practice in a designated international geographical region. RIGs work in collaboration with INACSL to utilize and share evidence-based research that informs and improves simulation-based education on a local scale in international regions. The purpose of RIGs is to develop a community of practice for international members of INACSL.

https://www.inacsl.org/about-inacsl

Simcon Conference

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Webinar Series-01

Period: Nov-Dec 2023

Topics:”The 3 “P” change required in nursing Simulation ” (Process,Place & People)

The Process Changing: Skills demonstration to scenario-based simulation.

The Place Changing: From skills lab to Simulation lab.

The People Changing: From Instructor to Faciliator

No of Attendence: 156

Webinar Series-02

Period: Apr -Jun 2024

Topic:”Patient in simulation”(Man,Moulage & Mannequin)

Man A Standardized Patient: Who isĀ  StandardizedĀ  patient?

A Moulage Patient: When & how to create a Moulage patient?

A Mannequin: Can any Mannequin become a patient?

No of Attendence: 184

Why is Simulation a need of an hour in Nursing Education?

  • Allow to integrate cognitive learning with hands-on skills practice
  • Practice without risk to patients
  • Reduce medical errors
  • Improve patient safety
  • Provide learners with a real-world- like opportunity
  • Allow participants to learn from their mistakes
  • Develop real incident case scenarios in a simulated environment
  • Allow for repetitive and authentic learning

Now the time has come to follow the standards & principles of simulation-based learning for preparing competent and skilled nurses for better patient outcomes.

Thanks to INACSL for bringing those standards.