USF College of Nursing’s Troy Hambrick Awarded INACSL Scholarship
University of South Florida College of Nursing Teaching Simulationist Specialist, Troy Hambrick, won the International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning (INACSL) Anthony Battaglia Pocket Nurse Scholarship award to support attendance at the annual INACSL conference. Hambrick received the award for his noteworthy background in simulation and his future plans to utilize the technology in the field of nursing.
USF Nursing Troy Hambrick at Jesse Keen Elementary School Lakeland, FL in 2012
“Both personally and professionally, I am very excited to be awarded this scholarship,” Mr. Hambrick said. “This will give me an opportunity to attend the annual INACSL conference to represent USF College of Nursing and INACSL. “By attending this conference, I will have the chance to establish worldwide collaboration in conjunction with the global initiative of the USF College of Nursing. In addition, I will have the chance to attend meetings, network, preform introductions of guest speakers, collaborating, obtain new simulation information or ideas for possible introduction into any of our ongoing or new simulations, and perform other miscellaneous duties as needed.”
According to INACSL, this scholarship award is given to educators, learning resource specialists, managers, and students to stimulate interest and participation in the development and advancement of clinical simulation in nursing.
Hambrick will receive the award at the 12th Annual INACSL Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada on June 13 through June 15, 2013.
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