Virtual TeamSTEPPS Online Program Enables Collaborative Training Opportunities

At IMSH HealthySim interviewed Rachel Umoren about her team’s Virtual TeamSTEPPS Simulation training system from the Institute for Digital Intermedia Arts at Ball State University. Watch the video below to learn all about it:


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Dr. Rachel Umoren is a practicing neonatologist, a clinician educator and researcher in medical education. She is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics at the Indiana University School of Medicine, a Faculty Fellow at the Ball State University Institute for Digital Intermedia Arts, and a visiting Scientist Scholar in Health Services Research at the Regenstrief Institute, Inc. in Indianapolis, Indiana. In these various capacities, she investigates the best practices and outcomes of educating health professional students through collaborative 3D virtual environments. Her particular interests are in interprofessional teamwork in both local and global health settings. In this capacity, she has developed simulations for teamwork, public health training, and traveler safety in global health settings.

Learn more about the project through this research report which utilized the Virtual TeamSTEPPS application.


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One Response to “Virtual TeamSTEPPS Online Program Enables Collaborative Training Opportunities”

  1. Elizabeth Pettit Says:

    Hello. Our school is very interested in using this virtual teaching tool on TeamStepps. How do we get access to these teaching modules?

    Thank you.

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