Wilkes University

Clinical and Simulation-Based Learning

The division of Clinical and Simulation-based Learning (CSBL) facilitates student development using a combination of in-situ and simulation-based learning (SBL) opportunities.

Experiential learning activities help students build on knowledge they gain in the classroom setting.

Using techniques such as pre-conference, pre-briefing, and concept mapping, students develop clinical reasoning skills. These skills are applied in clinical situations, inter-professional education (IPE), and SBL experiences to develop clinical nursing judgment skills. The development of clinical nursing judgment facilitates the transition from student to professional nurse and equips the nurse to succeed in an ever-changing health care setting.


Meet the CSBL faculty and staff:

Joyce Victor

Joyce Victor, PhD, RN-BC, CHSE-A, Assistant Professor
Director, Clinical and Simulation-based Learning
Stark Learning Center, CNSC015
570-408-4075
joyce.victor@wilkes.edu

Kimberly Hearst

Kimberly Hearst, Office Assistant
Secretary, Clinical and Simulation-based Learning
(570) 408-4089
kimberly.hearst@wilkes.edu

Drozdis

Lori Drozdis, MSN, RN
Coordinator, Nursing Student Services
Adjunct Faculty, Graduate Nursing
Freshman Student Advisor
Stark Learning Center, CNSC016
570-408-4092
lori.drozdis@wilkes.edu

Cathy Hauze

Catherine Hauze, MSN, RN
Coordinator, Simulation-based Learning
Stark Learning Center, CNSC008
570-408-7120
catherine.hauze@wilkes.edu

 Lennon

Jill Lennon, MS, RN
Undergraduate Clinical Placement Coordinator
Training Center Coordinator, American Heart Association Programs
Stark Learning Center, CNSC0168
570-408-7822
jill.lennon@wilkes.edu


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