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This 7-week course provides you with key strategies to help understand the foundation of Clinical Simulations. During each module, you will learn about 7 key components of Clinical Simulation Across the Health Professions and its' impact in your current position as a healthcare professional. Please utilize all of the Resources provided by each of the modules to support and enhance your understanding of each concept. You will learn about the following topics in this course: Module 1: Getting Started in Clinical Simulation-the Fundamentals Module 2: INACSL Standards of Best Practice: Simulation Module 3: Implementing Simulation in the Curriculum Module 4: Developing a Simulation Center Module 5: Basics of Debriefing in Simulation Module 6: Evaluation Methods in Simulation Module 7: SPs in Simulation About The George Washington University School of Nursing Ranked among the top nursing schools by U.S. News & World Report, the George Washington University School of Nursing educates and inspires nurses to provide high-quality, compassionate person-centered health care. The school develops leaders actively engaged in health promotion, patient advocacy and healthcare innovation, and prepares exceptional nurse educators who pursue quality and advance the profession. The School of Nursing is committed to improving the health and wellbeing of people and communities locally, nationally and globally. The school values lifelong learning and its students advance nursing practice, leadership and education as they make a difference in the world. For more in-depth simulation education, please see the GW Nursing Simulation Initiatives.



8. Aug. 2019

This was a great course to familiarize myself to the process of simulation. I appreciate all the details and components of the process that help to make simulation such a great learning methodology.


19. Jan. 2020

I found the course easy to follow and fit in to a busy work schedule. It gave me insight in how to incorporate simulation into my teaching and the importance of following standards of best practice.

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von christine s

17. Aug. 2020

very helpful!

von clarissa s

13. Mai 2020

Great Course!

von Lori G

8. Feb. 2022


von Mariam K

16. Okt. 2020

thanks a lot

von Manjeet S

27. Juli 2020

great course

von Chandrakant D M

17. Feb. 2021

i loved it

von Eileen P

7. Nov. 2020

well done.

von Kleber L d S

29. Apr. 2020


von Maria G A M

6. Apr. 2022


von Miriam R G

5. Apr. 2022


von Ch L

20. Mai 2020

Very nice


31. März 2020

thank all

von Magaly M R

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8. Juli 2020


von Ji Y L

9. Jan. 2022


von Karen S

11. Juni 2020


von Janice M S

22. Nov. 2020

I was thrown off by: 1) not being able to locate the attachments that were said in the videos; 2) distracted with poor sentence structure on some answers and spelling errors; 3) I took notes as I went and found a lot of the questions were not directly covered in the videos - I understand critical thinking but if not experienced, how can you relate? 4) No postings to review/reflect on when asked.

I enjoyed this educational experience. After completing, I have utmost respect for the faculty who are improving the simulation offered at our institution. I wish I had this training earlier so that I could be more supportive of their efforts.

I struggled with how to apply this in-depth training to my on-line virtual simulation course. I have identified need to work on participant evaluation.

Thank YOU for this opportunity to LEARN!


von Diane K

12. März 2022

The course provides an excellent overview of simulation in the health professions. The focus is primarily on manikin-based and SP- based simulation and it does not address emerging technologies such as VR or AR. However, it focuses on the theoretical foundations of simulation in such a way that one could readily apply the information obtained to a VR or AR setting. The discussion prompts are good but clearly assume some degree of practical experience with simulation. This is at odds with the assumption that the course is a basic/introductory level course.

von Barbara F

31. Okt. 2020

An excellent overview of the many levels of running an evidence-based simulation program. However, several of the links ended up in a page that no longer existed and the videos went very fast, causing me to go back to see the reference pages and re-listen to the recommended websites given at the end of a presentation. The different instructors brought a range of expertise that was much appreciated and I will be able to use this in my own practice; especially the debriefing section.

von Holly F

8. März 2022

O​verall like the course and the ground work it formed for starting up a simulation center. However, I would have appreciated having the documents referenced to read prior to the session to have been embedded in the course resources so that I knew exactly what websites or articles to read. I was able to use a search engine to find very similar documents which provided the required information but it did not follow or fully support the lectures or quizes.

von Janine B

22. Mai 2020

I enjoyed the course and hearing from the experts in their fields. SImulation has so many topics, I don't think Standardized Patients needed it's own module. It might have been incorporated within another module. There should be contact hours upon completion.

von Lynn D

12. Okt. 2021

T​he information and tools provided background for my learning. I expected to have more videos of the debriefing process to show ways to debrief that could expand my thinking and application process. All areas were applicable to learning about simulation.

von Jennifer D M

14. Jan. 2022

I learned and a lot and I feel like this is a good starting point for people who are trying to learn about how to function in a simulation lab. Some of the links to resources are broken (especially in week 2) which is why I gave the program only 4 stars.