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Simulation Center Personnel

  • Pamela Andreatta
Chapter
Part of the Comprehensive Healthcare Simulation book series (CHS)

Abstract

Simulation centers of all sizes must provide professional resources to support and deliver high-quality, sustainable education that meets the needs of affiliated stakeholders. This chapter will outline the diverse staffing roles and associated breadth of expertise that is required to provide administrative, technical, educational, and managerial services associated with simulation center operations.

Keywords

Healthcare Simulation Center Director Healthcare Simulation Educator Healthcare Simulation Content Expert Healthcare Simulation Center Operations Healthcare Simulation Research Healthcare Simulation Technology Specialist Simulation Technician Healthcare Simulation Developer Healthcare Simulation Center Personnel Healthcare Simulation Center Roles Healthcare Simulation Planning 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Pamela Andreatta
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  1. 1.Institute for Simulation and TrainingUniversity of Central Florida College of MedicineOrlandoUSA

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