Regional Simulation Consortium

Central Indiana Simulation Consortium Group

The Central Indiana Simulation Consortium Group was formed in September of 2013.

This group is comprised of simulation professionals of different experience levels, backgrounds, skill sets, and focus. The common denominator of the group is that everyone has an interest related to quality simulation and the opportunities it brings related to facilitator assessment of student understanding and learning.

The simulation consortium group recognizes simulation as an evolving methodology of teaching and assessment.

Resources can be limited and this group is great at being a sounding board, think tank, brainstormers, creative and innovative. Collectively this group appreciates the specialized language and challenges created by simulation.

The group is open and currently populated by hospital and academic professionals from around the region. Each time the group meets at a different location. We travel to see centers design and use of space.

Group Focus Areas

Helping each other
Faculty and Staff Orientation
Scenario writing
Current Events
Information Technology
Equipment availability
Equipment evaluation and performance
Audio/Video system performance
Job Descriptions
Equipment repairs

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