Simulation training recognised with nomination

L- R Associate Professor Cathy Fetherston Murdoch University, Lecturer Prue Andrus Murdoch University, L&D Facilitator Sarah Anderson, Nursing Programs Coordinator Jessica Vinci and Manager Learning and Organisational Development Anissa Emeran.

L- R Associate Professor Cathy Fetherston Murdoch University, Lecturer Prue Andrus Murdoch University, L&D Facilitator Sarah Anderson, Nursing Programs Coordinator Jessica Vinci and Manager Learning and Organisational Development Anissa Emeran.

St John of God Murdoch Hospital’s Learning and Organisational Development team were nominated for a WA Clinical Training Network award in the category of Innovation in Clinical Supervision for their Simulation Training Project in August.

Manager Learning and Organisational Development Manager Anissa Emeran said delivery of this program was the result of the efforts of an amazing collaboration between Murdoch University, St John of God Murdoch Hospital, Challenger Institute of Technology in Mandurah and the Combined Universities Centre for Rural Health.

“Pooling our excellent resources and working together has enabled us to positively impact the training and education that nursing students receive and ultimately, get them better prepared for their work in hospitals and other clinical settings,” Ms Emeran said.

“By utilising simulation training, we can give new nurses the skills and the confidence to work with real patients and deliver the best, and safest, possible care for our community.”

Although the team didn’t win the award, they were proud to have their hard work recognised with a nomination.

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