Start time: Tuesday, January 19, 2021, 10:00 AM End time: Tuesday, January 19, 2021, 11:00 PM CE Hours: 1.00 Session Type: Special Events
Applicable to all
This course is a general overview of the topic.
Co-Presenter: KT Waxman, DNP, University of San Francisco About the co-presenter: Dr. KT Waxman is a national nurse leader and executive with over 30 years of experience in healthcare and corporate settings. She is an Associate Professor at the University of San Francisco and is the Director of the Executive Leadership Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program. She is also the Director of the California Simulation Alliance (CSA) at HealthImpact. An internationally known speaker and author, Waxman is also a past president of the Association of California Nurse Leaders (ACNL) and past board member, serving as Treasurer, for the American Organization of Nurse Executives (AONE). She is currently President of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare (SSH), a 4,000-member international, inter-professional organization.
Dr. Waxman's work has been published extensively and can be found in the Journal for Simulation in Healthcare, Clinical Simulation for Nursing, Journal of Nursing Education, Nurse Leader and Creative Nursing journals, among others. She has authored 3 books on Finance and Budgeting, and just completed the second edition of “Financial and Business Skills for the DNP”, published by Springer. She co-authored a simulation book, “Healthcare Simulation Program Builder” and has authored several chapters in simulation and leadership textbooks.
Dr. Waxman received her DNP from the University of San Francisco, with an emphasis on health systems leadership and a concentration in clinical simulation. She holds certifications as Clinical Nurse Leader (CNL), Certification in Executive Nursing Practice (CENP), Certification as a Simulation Healthcare Educator (CHSE) and is a Fellow in the American Academy of Nursing (FAAN) and the Society for Simulation in Healthcare (FSSH).
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Co-Presenter: Dr. Matthew Hackett, PhD, Army Futures Command About the co-presenter: Matthew Hackett is a science and technology manager for the Army Futures Command, in the Medical Simulation and Performance Branch. Dr. Hackett has a educational background in computer engineering, biomedical engineering, and modeling and simulation. His areas of expertise include mobile applications, serious gaming, human computer interaction, human performance assessment, .
Co-Presenter: Mr. Bob Armstrong, BS, MS, Eastern Virginia Medical School About the co-presenter: Bob Armstrong holds a number of roles at Eastern Virginia Medical School (EVMS) in Norfolk, Virginia. He is the Executive Director of the Sentara Center for Simulation and Immersive Learning. Bob leads a staff of 20 full time and 130 part time employees focused on providing standardized patient and simulator based activities to EVMS students, residents, and over 60 external clients. He is also the Program Director for the National Center for Collaboration in Medical Modeling and Simulation (NCCMMS). At NCCMMS, Bob is responsible for the daily operations of the Center, to include development of collaborative research partnerships as well as research project and personnel management. Bob is also the Director of Corporate Relations for EVMS. His duties include facilitating business and research relationships between EVMS staff and corporate partners.
Bob joined EVMS from Booz Allen Hamilton, where he provided modeling and simulation (M&S)-based analysis, developed M&S training tools, and drafted M&S policy for Department of Defense clients. Prior to his time at Booz Allen, Bob was Director of Technology at the Virginia Modeling, Analysis and Simulation Center at ODU.
Bob retired from active duty in the U.S. Marine Corps as a Lieutenant Colonel in 2005 after a twenty-year career. When he was not leading Marines as an Artillery officer, he ran simulation centers and, as Director of the Technology Division at Training and Education Command, led $350 million in M&S projects to enhance Marine Corps training and readiness. Bob was the first M&S officer in the Marine Corps.
Hailing from Nashville, Tennessee, Bob is a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy, where he earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Engineering. He is also a graduate of the Naval Postgraduate School, where he earned a Master of Science Degree in Computer Science. Bob was the 2010 Conference Chairman for the Modeling and Simulation World Expo and Conference, held in Hampton, Virginia.
Co-Presenter: Juli Maxworthy, DNP, MBA, MSN, University of San Francisco About the co-presenter: Juli Maxworthy, DNP, PhD(c), MSN, MBA, RN, CNL, CPHQ, CPPS, CHSE, FNAP, FSSH is an Associate Professor at the University of San Francisco where she is the Chair of the Simulation Committee and former Director of the Simulation Certificate program. She is also Past Chair for the Healthcare Leadership and Innovations Department. Her last clinical position was that of VP of Quality and Risk. She is currently serving as the President-Elect (2020) and is the former Director (2019-2020), Secretary (2017-2019) for the SSH Board of Directors is and past Chair of the Accreditation Committee for SSH (2015-2017) and is a Program reviewer. She is serving as the Chair of the Service to the Society committee for the Fellows Academy.
Dr. Maxworthy co-authored/edited the leading textbook for the Society of Simulation in Healthcare (SSH) entitled Defining Excellence in Simulation Programs as well as four books for HCPro with one on Healthcare Simulation and the others on Focused and Ongoing Professional Practice Evaluation. She has spoken at local, regional, national and international conferences on topics such as patient safety, quality and simulation.
Co-Presenter: Denise Foy, MSN, Mayo Clinic About the co-presenter: Denise is the Operations Manager at the Mayo Clinic Multidisciplinary Simulation Center, where she has worked since 2012. She was previously in the role of Nursing Education Specialist. Ms. Foy has worked at Mayo Clinic since 2004. During that time she has provided education for Medical Cardiac nurses, as well as coordinating the Department of Nursing Orientation and Preceptor Programs. Prior to becoming an educator, she worked in a variety of roles, including cardiac staff nurse, cardiology case manager, and hospital supervisor. Denise is certified in Nursing Professional Development.
Co-Presenter: Michael Spooner, MBA, MD, Mason City Clinic About the co-presenter: CAPT(ret) Michael Spooner currently serves as Co-Chair for 2021 IMSH Delivers Annual Meeting. He has been involved in simulation education for over 13 years, and as a member of the SSIH for 6 years. Professionally, he is a staff Electrophysiologist, Invasive Cardiologist, and member of the Fellowship Faculty at the Mason City Clinic in Mason City, Iowa where he continues to lead simulation activities for residents and fellows. Prior to retirement from the U.S. Navy in 2020, Dr. Spooner served as Director of the Healthcare Simulation and Bioskills Training Center at the Naval Medical Center Portsmouth, Virginia. In his military capacity, he was instrumental in coordinating and expanding the Navy's involvement in a broad range of real-time high fidelity medical simulation events for predeployment trauma on U.S. Naval warships, obstetrics, Code-Blue training, and primary care skills training through several novel training curricula for physicians, nurses, and corpsmen. His programs continue to directly support Graduate Medical Education (GME), and patient safety and skills sustainment initiatives. As a board-certified and practicing electrophysiologist and invasive cardiologist, Dr. Spooner’s professional interests and contributions vary from analyzing rare cardiac electrical abnormalities to developing and studying simulation skills curriculum for independent practitioners. He is a Fellow of the SSIH, past Chair of the Directors for Simulation Centers Special Interest Group, and current member of the Meeting Oversight Commission. He also serves as the Co-Chair of the American College of Cardiology's Simulation Work Group.