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IMSH 2023

IMSH 2023

21.01.2023 - 25.01.2023 begivenhed hos
Orange County Convention Center Orlando, FL


Elevate your Impact with Laerdal's Immersive Experience at IMSH 2023

The International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare (IMSH) is celebrating 23 years of a scientific conference that highlights the latest innovations and best practices in healthcare simulation. Join us at booth 401 to learn how Laerdal Solutions can help elevate your simulation impact and improve program outcomes as we host hourly interactive presentations highlighting our latest offerings.  

Join us to explore, learn and interact with:  

  • Hands-on immersive sessions featuring new products and service solutions, including Laerdal Accelerate and vrClinicals
  • Innovative solutions that will help accelerate your simulation program 
  • An insightful Learning Lab session, highlighting “Effective Ways to Provide Clinical Hours in Nursing Education”  

Hands-on Learning Lab

Effective Ways to Provide Clinical Hours in Nursing Education

Date: Monday, January 23
Time: 4:00 PM – 5:30 PM Eastern
Room: 220 C


Learn more about this Learning Lab

During this 90-minute hands-on learning lab, participants will have the opportunity to hear from presenters about the current challenges related to clinical hours and clinical learning outcomes. Participants will be asked to work in small groups to explore different modalities for fulfilling clinical hour requirements, such as screen-based simulation, full-scale simulation, virtual reality (VR), and in-person clinical care. Moderators and participants will discuss and analyze how these different modalities could complement one another to achieve meaningful outcomes. This learning lab session will conclude with a collective ideation session, identifying creative ways to gather and use clinical evaluation data that is or should be collected across an experience, course, or program of study.

Speaker Bios

Susan Gross Forneris PhD, RN, CNE, CHSE-A

Susan Gross Forneris is currently the Excelsior Deputy Director, Center for Innovation in Simulation and Technology, National League for Nursing, Washington, DC. Selected for inclusion in the 2010 inaugural group of NLN Simulation Leaders, she has been working in the field of clinical simulation since 2007. Dr. Forneris' expertise is in curriculum development with emphasis on simulation and debriefing in combination with her research on critical thinking. She served as a simulation expert for the NLN ACE.S Team (Advancing Care Excellence for Seniors) and a simulation author for the NLN ACE.Z Alzheimer's simulation scenario series. She is currently the NLN project manager in the development of simulation scenarios focused on nursing assessment and fundamentals. Dr. Forneris is actively engaged in initiating multi-site simulation research on simulation and debriefing and in the area of high stakes testing with the MN Consortium for Nursing Education and Research. She has several publications focused on the development and use of reflective teaching strategies. She was a former Professor of Nursing at St. Catherine University, St. Paul, MN.



Dr. Michelle C. Moulton, DNP, RN, CHSE, CNE, RYT-200

Dr. Michelle C. Moulton is the Senior Manager for the Division for Innovation in Education Excellence at the National League for Nursing in Washington, DC. Dr. Moulton has over 10 years of teaching experience in the classroom, clinical, lab, and simulation settings. Michelle’s specialty areas in nursing education include experiential teaching-learning strategies, “teaching thinking” and debriefing. Additionally, Dr. Moulton provides local and national professional development for nursing faculty and healthcare interprofessionals related to developing feedback, debriefing, and preceptor teaching skills. She is certified in healthcare simulation education and nursing education. Michelle’s clinical background is with acute care adults and in residential summer camp nursing. In 2019, she completed her DNP at University of Maryland. Her doctoral work focused on implementing a simulation-based education program to improve acute care nurses’ response to rapid patient deterioration using situational awareness skills.



Amy Kline MA, RN, CHSE

Amy Kline MA, RN, CHSE is a Senior Medical Specialist for Laerdal Medical. Amy has a passion for creating innovative educational solutions, supporting novice nurses in the transition to practice and advocating for nurse educators in all fields. Amy previously worked as the Manager for Education Program Innovation at the National League for Nursing and as a faculty member and advisor for the Pediatric Simulation Training and Research Society of India. Amy has worked as a simulation specialist for Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota and as an Assistant Professor of nursing at St. Catherine's University. Amy started her career as a labor and delivery nurse and has continued her clinical interest and specialty development in maternal-child nursing. Amy is a graduate of Luther College School of Nursing, received her Master of Nursing Education from St. Catherine's University and completed simulation and debriefing training through Boston Children's Hospital.


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