WebinarWebinar #02 - Virtual computer-based simulation: The future ofNursing Education?
Virtual computer-based simulation: The future of Nursing Education?
To facilitate knowledge exchange on how evidence-based educational technology can support remote education.
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has forced nursing programs around the globe to shift to emergency distance or remote teaching. These times of disruption suggest a unique opportunity for revaluation of teaching methods and how we prepare health profession students for their clinics.
Key questions to be addressed
1) What are the emerging challenges for learners in the context of COVID-19 crisis?
2) How computer-based educational technology can leverage students' learning?
3) What will be the future of physical and virtual simulated experiences in nursing education?
Mrs. Dorit Zioni
The Chair of the Nursing Department and a Senior Lecturer at the Nursing Department, School of Health Professions, Sackler Faculty of Medicine, Tel Aviv University. She is the first registered nurse in Israel to have completed a direct PhD track, which she obtained at Tel Aviv University. Her research explores emotion management and emotional resilience of caregivers/patients and nursing education.
Mrs. Mira Zohar Seban
A lecturer at the Nursing Department, School of Health Professions, Sackler Faculty of Medicine, Tel Aviv University. Dr. Dubovi is a registered nurse who completed her PhD in education and technology field. Her research concerns designing of digital learning environments for medical and patient education, learning processes evaluation and human-computer interaction.