How to Use Simulation to Mitigate Patient Risk During Staff Onboarding
The Simulation User Network Conferences (SUN) offer best practices to help advance simulation training programs across all healthcare disciplines.
April 7, 2021 at 2:00pm ET
Join us for our next Virtual SUN as we showcase how one hospital puts its new interns through a rigorous one-month simulation program before putting them at the bedside.
Special guest speaker Dr. Mark C. Henry, along with other members of the Stony Brook staff, will join us for a live interview followed by an audience Q&A.
While the program we’ll be discussing focuses on onboarding interns, the lessons you’ll learn during this interview can also be applied to nurse transition to practice, as well as staff transitions between departments.
Mark C. Henry, MD
Professor and Chairman
Stony Brook Medicine, Department of Emergency Medicine
David Cohen, MD
Associate Dean of Student Affairs
Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine
Renaissance School of Medicine at Stony Brook University
Andrew Wackett, MD
Vice Dean of Undergraduate Medical Education
Director, Clinical Simulation Center
Clinical Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine
The Simulation User Network (SUN) Conference draws over 300 user network members to each meeting. It serves as a platform for collaboration, innovation and simulation advancements that lead to improvements in education and healthcare delivery.
The SUN Conference is a place to meet others who have objectives in simulation just like yours and connect with industry-leading experts.
You'll experience best practices and hands-on demonstrations that help advance simulation training programs across all healthcare disciplines.