Professors Jean Blank, Beth Hallmark, Sara Camp and Leslie Folds recently presented at the Eighth Annual International Nursing Simulation/Learning Resource Centers Conference in St. Louis. Designed for nursing educators, researchers, lab managers and staff development specialists, the conference highlights simulation technology and lab management issues. Belmont’s simulation center is recognized nationally as one of only 12 Laerdal Centers of Educational Excellence in the U.S. The conference included about 650 attendees from around the world.
Folds and Hallmark presented a seminar on “Using High Fidelity Simulation in Place of Inpatient Psychiatric Nursing Clinicals.” Blank and Camp presented a poster titled “Teaching with Medium Fidelity Technology.” Hallmark also presented a poster, in collaboration with Dr. Debra Wollaber, titled “Teaching Students within a Culture of Safety” and presented a poster with Teresa Britt of UT Memphis.