On-Demand Conference Session: SIMply Competent

Recorded On: 04/14/2021

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Caring for the older adult in the post-acute care setting requires competency across all departments and disciplines as the ability to address the increased complexity and acuity of health concerns unique to this population is demanded by multiple stakeholders. Educators in this setting face the unique challenge of ensuring competency through learning and evaluation in the face of budgetary and regulatory constraints, in addition to increased resident acuity. Competency-based learning and evaluation using strategies such as simulation is an effective way to develop staff proficiency. In this session, you will explore creative ways to use simulation to meet new competency requirements. Following this session, you will be able to:

  • Recognize three challenges when evaluating competency in the post-acute setting
  • Understand the value of competency-based evaluations
  • Utilize two competency-based evaluation activities to promote learning and support decision making
  • Identify key competencies that can be evaluated through simulation

Linda Shubert, MSN, RN

Director of Clinical Management

Healthcare Academy

Linda has 30 years of nursing experience working with the older adult across rehabilitation, home health, geriatric case management, acute care, and long-term care settings.  Linda has held a variety of clinical, teaching, and administrative positions including Director of Nursing, Clinical Professor of Nursing, Staff Development Coordinator, and Simulation and Skills Lab Director.  As a staff development director in long-term care for 19 years, she has presented new employee orientation and annual federal training for all departments. Linda is an advocate for competency-based training for all employees meet annual regulatory requirements while promoting quality outcomes for the older adult in the long-term care setting.

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