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INACSL offers a yearly webinar series that provides timely year-round education on issues impacting our profession. From virtual reality to patient monitoring, these webinars keep you apprised of how the latest trends in healthcare may affect you.

Note: After registering for a live or recorded webinar, you will be able to access it in the INACSL Center for Learning.

Upcoming Live Webinars

Healthcare Simulation Standards Endorsement Informational Webinar 
Wednesday, August 24, 2022
11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. CT (Or, determine your time zone here)

Presented by: Teresa Gore, PhD, DNP, APRN, FNP-BC, NP-C, CHSE-A, FSSH, FAAN and Margaret Verkuyl, NP, PHC, MN

Pricing: Free. Recording will be available.

You've heard all about the Healthcare Simulation Standards Endorsement Program during INACSL22 and from your colleagues. But what is it? How do I get my institution or practice endorsed? And why does Endorsement matter?

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Healthcare Simulation Standards of Best Practice
™ Webinar Series
Sponsored by Laerdal Medical

INACSL Member:
Non-Member: $99

Simulation Operations Standard
Thursday, August 25, 2022
1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. CT (Or, determine your time zone here)

Presented by: Matthew Charnetski, MSMS, NRP, CHSOS, CHSE, 

Learners will gain knowledge of strategies in the implementation of the Healthcare Simulation Standards of Best Practice ™ Simulation Operations. In addition, all participants will be able to identify at least one strategy as to how they will implement The Healthcare Simulation Standards of Best Practice ™ Simulation Operations into their simulation program/area of work or practice. 

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Full Webinar Series Schedule

Topic Speaker(s) Month
Operations (Academic vs. Clinical) Matthew Charnetski, MS, NRP, CHSOS, CHSE August

This schedule is tentative and subjective to change. Recordings are available below. 

 On-Demand Webinars

Click on individual webinar below for description, pricing, and registration.

Submit a Webinar Abstract

Individuals or groups wishing to present must submit an abstract for consideration. Abstracts may be completed at any time and are reviewed once a quarter.

Click Here to Submit a Webinar Abstract

Abstract Requirements

  • Research study presentations should include a structured abstract of approximately 200 words, with a focus on findings and conclusions under the following headings: Background, Methods, Results and Conclusions.
  • Other presentations should include an unstructured abstract of approximately 150 words summarizing the background, main points of the presentation, and implications for practice.
  • Provide two to three learning objectives for your webinar presentation.
  • Key Words: Identify no fewer than three (3) key words that literature searches would use to locate your presentation if it were published.
  • Upload a completed Education Planning Table
  • Upload an electronically signed Conflict of Interest form for each speaker/presenter
  • Upload a CV for each speaker/presenter