Dr. Teresa Gore named president of INACSL
Clinical Simulation is a passion for Teresa Gore, PhD, DNP, associate professor at USF Nursing. Her interest in simulation and learning has been a significant part of her work and research throughout her career.
Because of her continuous work with simulation, Dr. Gore was recently named president of the International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation & Learning (INACSL). During her role as president, she promotes research and distributes evidence based practice standards for clinical simulation.
Dr. Gore recently joined USF Nursing’s faculty team from Auburn University (AU). She has more than 25 years of experience in nursing as nurse practitioner and educator. Her research interest focuses on simulation. At AU, Dr. Gore helped design and develop the nursing’s simulation program to integrate across the curriculum.
INACSL, founded in 2001, now has more 1600 members worldwide. The organization is nursing’s portal to the world of clinical simulation education and learning environments, where members can network with simulation leaders, educators, researchers and industry partners.
To keep up with Dr. Gore’s activities and more follow her on Twitter @teresa_tgore.
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