Simulation Training at Texas A&M Health Science Center eLearning
Join us for our November 15 ID/eLearning SIG when we travel to the TAMUHSC in Round Rock for a special program on their simulation training program for health care professionals.
First you will see a recorded webinar on hybrid simulations – that is, utilizing mannequin, task trainers, and standardized patients for a simulation scenario. Following the webinar small group tours will be conducted of the SIM lab.
We will start promptly at 6:30 with the webinar, so no networking time will be allotted. In order to complete the tours we may go past our 8:00 end time.
Note: There is limited registration for this event. To reserve your spot REGISTER ASAP. If you are unable to make it please contact sig[at]austinastd.org.
Please read below for more details.
About Our Host
Nancy J. Ruiz, P.T. is the Simulation Training Coordinator at the Clinical Learning Resource Center at Texas A&M Health Science Center at the Round Rock Campus.
She has a B.S. in Physical Therapy from Texas Woman’s University.
She has extensive experience in Physical Therapy, including hospital and outpatient settings
She conducted training for staff and clients in body mechanics, patient transfer safety, and ergonomics. Also was the student coordinator for St. David’s Medical Center and served as a clinical instructor for Physical Therapy and Physical Therapy Assistant Students throughout her career.
The bulk of her career was at U.T. Austin at the Thompson Conference Center for several years.
Currently she recruitments and does training with individuals for the TAMHSC Standardized Patient Program.
Fun Fact! Nancy recalls her first experience as a trainer: age 7 when she taught her 5-year-old sisters how to read!