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Simulation Facilitator at College of Nursing and Health Innovation

     Susan Scheid, RN, MSN, is a Simulation Facilitator in the Smart Hospital™ at the University of Texas at Arlington College of Nursing. Since August of 2010 she has worked full time in a 27 bed simulation center using 40+ simulators in a hospital setting, teaching and evaluating over 480 nursing students per semester. As a designated faculty member at the Smart Hospital™, Susan is actively involved in developing and implementing simulation activities for all levels of nursing education.  She conducts ongoing research into the effectiveness of simulation learning, and is the Standardized Patient Program Coordinator for the Smart Hospital™. 

      Susan maintains active membership in two simulation organizations: the International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation in Learning (INACSL) and the Society for Simulation in Healthcare (SSiH) and has presented at both organizations' annual meetings about various simulation topics. 

      Susan has more than 30 years experience as an RN and maintains clinical expertise in obstetric nursing. She has been teaching in nursing education for five years at the University of Texas at Arlington College of Nursing.

The University of Texas at Tyler
Master of Science in Nursing
Baylor University
Bachelor of Science
Nursing
Wake Forest University
Bachelor of Arts
Religion
January 2014
Ongoing
Membership
Texas Nurses Association
January 2014
Ongoing
Membership
American Nurses Association
August 2013
Ongoing
Membership
Association of Women's Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses (AWHONN)
September 2010
Ongoing
Membership
International Nursing Association of Simulation and Clinical Learning (INASCL)
September 2010
Ongoing
Membership
Society for Simulation in Healthcare
CareFusion, Inc. research study on usability of a wireless vital sign monitoring system

Scheid, S. Facilitator and Participant in research study: “Usability of a wireless vital signs monitoring system” by Carolyn L. Cason (PI); sponsored by CareFusion, Inc.; January, 2011.

2012
Simulation Scenario published on SimStore (Laerdal) Miles, G., Scheid, S., Jenkins, T., Cason, C. (2012). Post-Operative Small Bowel Obstruction Shift 1. Smart Hospital™, University of Texas at Arlington. Available at: http://www.mysimcenter.com/Product/post-operative-small-bowel-obstruction-shift-1-sms5202.aspx (SimMan)
Anthology Work/Essay
Published
2011
Simulation scenario published on SimStore (Laerdal) Nickols, J., Scheid, S., Moake, L., Ashe, M.J., Jenkins, T., & Cason, C.L. (2011). Newborn Assessment 1: Medication Administration.  Smart HospitalTM, University of Texas at Arlington.  Available at: http://www.mysimcenter.com/Product/newborn-assessment-1-medication-administration-sms4023.aspx (SimBaby) and  http://www.mysimcenter.com/Product/newborn-assessment-1-medication-administration-sms4527.aspx (SimNewB)
Exhibition Catalog
Published

Scheid, S., Ashe, M.J., & Baird, B. Ante –Up: Going All In to Use an Electronic Health Record (EHR) for Nursing Education. 

Podium Presentation at the 12th Annual International Nursing Simulation/Learning Resource Centers Conference, International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning (INACSL), Las Vegas, Nevada, June 13, 2013.

Invited

Scheid, S., Ashe, M.J., & Weber, J. The woman who lived in a shoe: SimMom™ and her children: When you don’t know what to do. Presentation at Laerdal Mini-SUN Conference, Smart Hospital™, University of Texas at Arlington College of Nursing, Arlington, Texas, June 28, 2012.

Presentation at Laerdal Mini-SUN Conference, Smart Hospital™, University of Texas at Arlington College of Nursing, Arlington, Texas, June 28, 2012.

Uncategorized

Ferguson, D., Anderson, M., & Scheid, S. Standardized Patient (SP) Simulation: What you need to know to find, train, and utilize SPs in your program.

Pre-conference workshop presented at the 11th Annual International Nursing Simulation/Learning Resource Centers Conference (3.5 hours), International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning (INACSL), San Antonio, Texas, June, 2012.

Invited

Jenkins, T., Miles, G., & Scheid, S. It’s Time to Fly: Using Process of Care Scenarios in Nursing Education.

Pre-Conference workshop presented at the 12th Annual International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare (IMSH) (2 hours), Society for Simulation in Healthcare, San Diego, California, January, 2012.

Invited

Cason, C.L., & Scheid, S. Planning: From objectives to outcomes.

Podium presentation at Dallas SUN, Laerdal Medical Corporation, Dallas, Texas, April 29, 2011. (Invited)

Invited
Summer 2014
NURS 5360 - N5360: Simulation Application in Nursing
Office Hours (also by appointment)
DayStartEnd
Wednesday9:00AM5:00PM
This 11 week course examines the use of simulation in nursing for education and in healthcare delivery. The class meets at the Smart Hospital, the UTACON simulation lab.
Last Updated on May 21, 2014, 12:22 pm
Spring 2010
NURS 4441 - Nursing Care of the Childbearing Family
Office Hours (also by appointment)
DayStartEnd
Friday9:00AM5:00PM
This course teaches undergraduate nursing students how to care for pregnant, laboring, newborn and post-delivery clients and their family
Last Updated on April 7, 2014, 2:38 pm
Fall 2009
NURS 4441 - Nursing Care of the Childbearing Family
Office Hours (also by appointment)
DayStartEnd
Friday9:00AM5:00PM
This course teaches undergraduate nursing students how to care for pregnant, laboring, newborn and post-delivery clients and their family
Last Updated on April 7, 2014, 2:36 pm
June 2010
Ongoing
American Red Cross Training for Healthcare Workers June 2010

 completed training to be a healthcare worker volunteer for the American Red Cross

Volunteered
August 2010 -
Ongoing
Chair of UTACON Nominating and Election Committee

     As Chair of the College of Nursing Nominating and Elections Committee, I work within the CON:to establish a procedure for preparing a ballot and conducting the annual election of faculty members to Faculty Assembly offices, standing committees, and university organizations and committees, in accordance with the Bylaws and University Handbook of Operating Procedures; to prepare a ballot of qualified candidates who have consented to serve; and to conduct the election, tally the ballots, and prepare an official report to be presented at the April meeting of the Faculty Assembly.

Elected