The Simulation-based Instruction Working Group that is charged with three main goals:
- Generate a comprehensive list of interprofessional education (IPE) simulation-based instruction that is currently being provided across Tennessee.
- Develop interprofessional simulation(s) that could be utilized by professional schools in the state of Tennessee, with a particular emphasis on high-yield, current health concerns such as the opioid epidemic, end-of-life care, or transitions of health care delivery.
- Collaboratively work with the Tennessee Simulation Alliance (TNSA) to share best practices with members regarding the development and assessment of interprofessional simulations.
We are currently developing a survey to gather information about IPE simulations being provided across Tennessee. This list will be made available on the TIPEC website for members to access and connect with other institutions to conduct IPE simulations.
Our next steps after receiving the information from the survey will be to focus on:
(1) Continue collaborating with the Tennessee Simulation Alliance to provide best practices for developing inter-professional simulations
(2) Explore creating training sessions for development and assessment of IPE simulations (presentations at conferences such as an IPE track at TNSA annual meeting or webinars)
(3) After determining current IPE simulations and best practices, will explore developing an IPE simulation for TIPEC that can be adapted/implemented for a wide variety of disciplines.
Group meets at varying times. If you’re already a member and interested in joining this working group, please email us at email@example.com.
If you’re not already a member, please complete our membership form here.
- Revised Healthcare Simulation Standards of Best Practice (TM)
- Introducing INACSL’s New Simulation Standard: Professional Development
- INACSL Webinars
- Introducing INACSL’s New Simulation Standard: Prebriefing
- Escape Room Development Resources: Kasey Davis, Huay-ying Lo, Royanne Lichliter, Kelly Wallin, Gemma Elegores, Sharon Jacobson & Cara Doughty (2021) Twelve tips for creating an escape room activity for medical education, Medical Teacher, DOI: 10.1080/0142159X.2021.1909715
- Creighton University: Guidelines for Simulation Experiences
- Creighton University: Virtual Interprofessional Simulation (VISion) Planning Sheet
- Ryerson University, and George Brown College Virtual Healthcare Experience. Game Players are invited to make decisions in realistic situations and encouraged to try different approaches. No cost to use. .
- New York University Rory College of Nursing. E-Learning modules on Policy, Oral Health, QI, IPE, Population Health and others. Requires registration, but no cost to use.
- Global Network for Simulation in Health Care. Thirty–minutes cases (10-15 simulation, 15-20 debrief). Cases developed from real scenarios (e.g.,Sepsis, Med Error, HAI, Care Teams). Each case includes discussion points for debrief. 52 cases total. (Link to cases are at bottom of page.) No cost to use.