Fairfield University’s Marion Peckham Egan School of Nursing and Health Studies has earned Society for Simulation in Healthcare Accreditation in the area of Teaching and Education. Fairfield University continually ranks among the top nursing programs in the United States and was recently one of only sixteen schools to be recognized as a National League of Nursing (NLN) Center of Excellence for 2019.
Society for Simulation in Healthcare’s Accreditation in Teaching and Education requires applicant programs to demonstrate “regular, recurring simulation educational activities with clearly state objectives (knowledge psychomotor skills and behaviors) and provides evidence of ongoing improvement of educational activities.” In addition to CORE SSH Accreditation requirements, Accreditation in the area of Teaching and Education evaluates Simulation programs in four key areas: their commitment to providing high-quality simulation educational activities, the design and effectiveness of the program’s educational activities, the qualifications and experience of the program’s educators, and the program’s ability to evaluate its simulation educational activities. Read more about SSH Accreditation here.
KbPort™ congratulates Fairfield University’s Marion Peckham Egan School of Nursing and Health Studies on achieving SSH Accreditation and applauds their continued commitment to excellence in nursing education. Fairfield University joined the KbPort™ family in 2017 and continues to utilize KbPort™ recording, debriefing, and center management solutions to support and enhance simulation learning activities.