HEROES: Healthcare and Emergency Responder Organization Education through Simulation
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About HEROES


The UNMC College of Nursing in collaboration with the College of Medicine, School of Allied Health Professions, and Center for Preparedness Education has established an interdisciplinary program for biopreparedness training for nursing, medical and allied health students and for continuing education programs for health care professionals. The purpose of this project is to enhance clinical decision making and psychomotor competencies in biopreparedness training and public health emergencies.

Funded through a University of Nebraska Programs of Excellence Grant, HEROES, Healthcare and Emergency Responder Organization Education through Simulation represents the online and mobile components of the program.

HEROES Personnel


Connie Miller, HEROES Program Director Beth Beam, HEROES Program Coordinator Stephen Smith, HEROES Instructional Technologist

Connie Miller, RN, PhD
Program Director
College of Nursing
University of Nebraska Medical Center

Beth Beam, RN, MSN, PhD(c)
Program Coordinator
College of Nursing
University of Nebraska Medical Center

Stephen Smith
Instructional Technologist
College of Nursing
University of Nebraska Medical Center

HEROES Consultants


Philip W. Smith Sharon Medcalf  

Phillip W. Smith, M.D.
Professor, Section of Infectious Diseases
Department of Internal Medicine
University of Nebraska Medical Center

Sharon Medcalf, R.N. MEd.
Associate Director for the Center for Preparedness Education
University of Nebraska Medical Center

 

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