Nancy Sullivan, DNP, RN, CHSE
Johns Hopkins University
Nancy Sullivan, DNP, RN, CHSE, is an Assistant Professor at Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing and Director of Simulation. Her background includes roles in clinical practice, nursing management, nursing education, and care coordination/readmission reduction. In the care coordination role, she participated in the integration of interprofessional care coordination rounds at The Johns Hopkins Hospital. In her present role, she is responsible for the integration of simulation into both the pre-licensure and advanced practice programs. Her research focuses on the use of simulation in nursing education and she presents nationally, and internationally on simulation and resuscitation training.
Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
Responding to COVID19 Induced Limitations in Nursing Student Clinical Experiences : Using Online IPE Simulations for Clinical Experiences
This presentation describes the adaptation of IPE modules to meet statewide pre-licensure nursing student educational needs for clinical learning experiences during the COVID19 epidemic. To maintain patient, staff and student safety, in March 2020, health care systems were unable to allow students into clinical sites for the remainder semester. While online instructional strategies were adopted immediately to deliver didactic content to students, providing clinical learning experiences with patients and families was problematic. One strategy used to address adult health clinical learning…