SC nursing instructor Hunter earns recognition
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 25, 2014
Contact: Wendy Smith (307) 674-6446 ext. 2801/Email wsmith @sheridan.edu
Sheridan College nursing instructor Hunter earns recognition
Sheridan College has recognized nursing faculty member Crissy Hunter for successfully completing the Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator (CHSE) endorsement. CHSE is multidisciplinary programs administered by the Society of Simulation in Healthcare (SSH) to certify health care simulation educators demonstrate educational and professional competence in their field, according to the SSH website.
Hunter, who holds several nursing recognitions, is also the Wyoming Simulation Center director.
“Crissy’s profound dedication and commitment to nursing education is demonstrated through her work with our partners in health care every day,” said Trudy Munsick, Sheridan College Dean of Health Sciences. “Her vision for what simulation could look like in Sheridan, Wyoming, helped shape both our physical space and the future of nursing and health science education.”
Select health care simulation educators merit the CHSE acknowledgment of specialized knowledge, skills abilities and accomplishments in simulation, according to SSH. By joining the growing collection of CHSEs, Hunter brings a competitive edge to Sheridan College and its thriving nursing program, SSH states.
For more information on the CHSE endorsement, visit www.simcertification.com.