Awards¬†ūüŹÜ

 

Educator of the Year Award

 

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Mindi Anderson, PhD, ARNP, CPNP-PC, CHE, CHSE-A, ANEF, FAAN

Associate Professor
Program Director Healthcare Simulation Graduate
The University of Central Florida
College of Nursing
Orlando, Florida

The SSH Educator of the Year Award is presented annually to a member whose work demonstrates exemplary innovation and excellence within simulation-based education and has had a significant impact on the field. Read more about Mindi's Achievement here.

 

Operations Specialist of the Year

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Kristine Hara, RRT, CHSOS

Operations Director
Chief Simulation Specialist
John A. Burns School of Medicine
SimTiki Simulation Center
Honolulu, Hawaii

The SSH Operations Specialist of the Year Award is presented annually to a member whose work: functions beyond/expands the scope of their position; demonstrates superior simulation-based education support through initiative and creativity; actively promotes the profession of Simulation Operations Specialist; and, demonstrates a record of professional development and advanced training. Read more about Kristine's Achievement here.

 

Researcher of the Year Award

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Adam Cheng, MD, FRCPC, FAAP

Director, Research and Development, KidSim-ASPIRE
Alberta Children's Hospital
Division of Emergency Medicine
Calgary, Canada

The SSH Researcher of the Year Award is presented annually to a member whose work demonstrates excellence in simulation-based research and a significant impact on the field. Read more about Adam's Achievement here. 

 

 


2021 Novice Research Grant Recipient

Creation of a Distance-Based Learning Curriculum: VR vs Traditional Mannequin (62652)

Erin Hulfish, MD

Stony Brook Children's Hospital / State University of New York at Stony Brook

Stony Brook, NY

 

2021 Novice Research Grant Recipient

 Caregiver Experience with High-Fidelity Tracheostomy Simulation: A Qualitative Study (62638)

Darlene Acorda, PhD, RN, CNE, CPNP-PC

Texas Children’s Hospital / The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UT Health)

Houston, TX


SimVentors

SimVentors Award Winner: Best Overall

Steps Insitu (1090-003839)

Jason Burgess, BSN, NRP, RN

Steps Insitu LLC          

Mount Laurel, NJ

Explanation of the award: This submission was awarded the best overall score across all categories of impact, innovation and approach

 

SimVentors Award Winner:  Best Impact

Mission SIMpossible: An Escape Room for Emergency Medicine Education (1090-002203)

Agnieszka Bialy, MD

Wyckoff Heights Medical Center

Pittsburgh, PA

Explanation of the award: This submission was voted to have the most impressive degree of effect on the IMSH community.

 

SimVentors Award Winner:  Best Innovation

Steps Insitu (1090-003839)

Jason Burgess, BSN, NRP, RN

Steps Insitu LLC          

Mount Laurel, NJ

Explanation of the award: This submission demonstrated the highest level of creativity across all candidates.

 

SimVentors Award Winner:  Best Approach

ECMO Cannulation Teen/Adult (1090-002365)

Narciso Gonzales, AAS

Orbis Education/Concordia University Texas

Austin, TX

Explanation of the award: This submission’s design process was awarded the highest level of merit across all candidates.

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