category: Recognition

Tara Hayes, MSN

Instructor, RN-BSN Program Coordinator and Interim Simulation Coordinator, Hunt School of Nursing

Mrs. Ashley Hull and Mrs. Tara Hayes presented a 45-minute webinar entitled “Looking in from the Outside: Simulation Learning from an Observer Perspective” at the 12th Annual Beyond the Manikin: Best Practices in Simulation Education Conference on Friday, April 1st, 2022. This was originally a presentation initiated by the late Dr. Sharon Creed-Hall in March 2020 when the conference was cancelled.  Mrs. Hayes and Mrs. Hull were honored to complete the presentation in memory of Dr. Sharon Creed-Hall in hopes of carrying on her legacy and passion for simulation in nursing education.

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2021

Prof. Hayes has been selected to serve on the Lippincott DocuCare Editorial Advisory Board.

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