Does Your Nursing Simulation Meet Current Regulations?

Simulation is a phenomenon in nursing education.

For members of INACSL, the acceleration of simulation in U.S. nursing programs is exciting and problematic. That’s because rapid growth is being met with inconsistent and unclear simulation regulations. To help bridge this gap, INACSL is working to clarify regulations and to make resources available for all U.S. nursing programs.

In this free workshop, a group of INACSL members will:

Dr. Kim Curry-Lourenco

Virginia Commonwealth University School of Nursing


The International Nursing Association of Clinical Simulation and Learning (INACSL) is a nonprofit organization committed to advancing the science of healthcare simulation. Headquartered in Raleigh, North Carolina, INACSL strives to lead in transforming practice and improving patient safety through excellence in healthcare simulation. They provide their members with the latest research and educational strategies to further learning outcomes and enhance patient health.

  • Share where your U.S. state stands on simulation regulations. 
  • Provide tips to get the most out of your nursing simulation. 
  • Present INACSL projects and how you can help.
  • Answer participant questions.

Join us live to participate in a Q&A session. If you’re unable to join us on the 31st, register to receive an email with a link to the recorded workshop.

Free Workshop

International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning (INACSL)

Wednesday, March 31, 2021 
@ 3 p.m. ET

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Dr. Ann Loomis

Purdue University 
School of Nursing

Dr. Patti White

Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center