The centers coordinators believe strongly in promoting scholarly work in the field of simulation.
A few examples of their work can be seen in the presentations and publications cited below.
- March 2015
Presented at Ohio League for Nursing Education Annual Summit in the poster presentation section. “Will You Still Love Me When I’m 64? “ A look at the use of simulation when teaching the physiological changes to the body to nursing students.
- September 2014
National League of Nursing Education Summit in the poster presentation section. “Interdisciplinary Mass Casualty Training.”
- April 2014
Presented at Ohio League for Nursing Annual Education Summit in the poster presentation section: “Interdisciplinary Mass Casualty Training.” Poster examined trauma training with EMS and nursing students working together.
- April 2104
Presented at Ohio League for Nursing Annual Education Summit in the poster presentation section: “Do You “Like” Your Nursing School?” Poster examined the use of social media in the educational setting.
- March 2012
Oral Presentation at Ohio League for Nursing Education Annual Summit. “WHAT A DISASTER! DISASTER PLANNING IN HOME CARE USING SIMULATION AND PROBLEM BASED LEARNING METHODS”. This presentation represented collaboration with Cleveland State University.
- October 2008
Presented at the 24th Annual International Conference on Information Technology- Oral Presentation. “Teaching Today’s Nurses with Simulations, Games, and iPods”. Collaborated and presented with members of the LCCC Distance Learning Department.
- May 2008
Ohio Consortium of Nursing Learning Labs. Oral Presentation entitled “Staying Alive World Tour Simulation at LCCC.”
Spring 2105: Publication in The Encyclopedia of Nursing Education/ Chapter Simulation: Scenario Creation- M. Grady
Smith, M. J., Carpenter, R., & Fitzpatrick, J. J. (2015). Encyclopedia of nursing education. New York: Springer Publishing.
Grady, M., & Yates, V. (2007). Portable Media Players in the Nursing Skills Laboratory. Nursing Education Perspectives, 28(2), 62-63.