Simulation has emerged as an important tool in modern healthcare education. It offers numerous strategies for comprehensive and practical training as well as safer patient care.
Simulation may also play an increasing role in providing students with an alternative form of the clinical experiences they need to graduate on time.
MnSHEP is a partnership between university, college, and industry educators which promotes simulation excellence by providing evidenced based resources and support for educators. Supported by HealthForce Minnesota, the website includes a library of simulation scenarios, current news, webinars, and other resources.
The mission of the Minnesota Simulation for Healthcare Education Partnerships (MnSHEP) is to promote simulation excellence by providing evidenced based resources and support for educators. MnSHEP fosters academic/practice partnerships to promote research and provide collaborative learning opportunities in simulation.
Our vision is to develop leaders in health care whose actions, discoveries, and voices will strengthen and transform the health of individuals and communities worldwide.
For those within Minnesota email HFM_simulation@winona.edu for the password. The MnSHEP website is currently not open to those outside of Minnesota.
If you are a simulation educator in Minnesota, we invite you to join our MnSHEP list serve which will provide access to the MnSHEP simulations and resources.
Resources relating to Restricted Mobility Simulation Suits, also known as Aging or Geri Suits.