Sandy Swoboda, RN MS FCCM
Johns Hopkins University
Sandra Swoboda who holds a joint appointment at the Johns Hopkins University Schools of Medicine and Nursing has 24 years of clinical trial experience and is a Senior Research Program Coordinator in the Department of Surgery. At the SON, she is the Simulation Team Coordinator and Simulation Educator for the Masters Entry into Nursing Practice with over 20 years of experience as an educator, lecturer and mentor in the clinical setting. She was the Co-Coordinator of the NCSBN Simulation Study. Areas of expertise include the pedagogy of simulation, clinical instruction, faculty development, IPE simulation, moral resilience, burnout and communication.
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…