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Dr. John O'Donnell named Associate Editor, Clinical Simulation in Nursing

John O'Donnell CRNA, DrPH, Associate Director for Nursing, WISER has been named Associate Editor of Clinical Simulation in Nursing (CSIN). Clinical Simulation in Nursing is an international, peer reviewed journal published online nine times annually. Clinical Simulation in Nursing is the official journal of the International Nursing Association of Clinical and Simulated Learning (INACSL) and reflects the mission of INACSL. The journal accepts manuscripts meeting one or more of the following criteria:

    • Collaborating, mentoring, and networking for the advancement of nursing and health care education and practice through simulation and technology

    • Integrating teaching strategies developed from simulation and technology

    • Advancing nursing and health care through education, research, and technology

    • Supporting the use of simulation and technology to enhance patient-centered care and evidence based practice

    • Disseminating, reviewing, and updating knowledge, guidelines, regulations, and legislative policies that impact nursing and health care education and practice

Dr. O'Donnell joins Dr. Suzan (Suzie) Kardong-Edgren (Editor in Chief) and fellow Associate Editor Ms. Nicole Harder as the editorial team for the journal. When asked about his new role O'Donnell stated: "I have been a reviewer for CSIN for the past two years and enjoyed that role. However I was thrilled to be selected as an associate editor for the premier nursing simulation journal. My belief is that we are moving into the evidence-based scientific inquiry phase of simulation education and this puts me, the Pitt School of Nursing and WISER at the forefront of the effort".