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Kristina Stillsmoking PhD Rockwall, TX 75087 360-402-7168 Geornsim2@gmail.com Personal Profile Personable, friendly and deep belief in making educational experiences relevant to learning styles of the learner and assessment of learning to organizational goals Vast experience in the design, implementation and assessment of multiple types of educational delivery models including online, simulation and classroom Solid, working knowledge and application of Adult Learning Principles Trained in DDI principles of leadership development Accomplished executive with demonstrated ability to deliver mission- critical results Skill Highlights Curricula Design Team Player Training Delivery/Assessment Ability Learning Facilitation Microsoft Office Leadership/Communication Skills Smart Draw Performance Improvement Survey Monkey Needs/Gap Analysis SPSS Public Speaker 28 yr Certified Periop RN Project Development/Management Certified HC Sim Educator SWOT/Force Field Analysis ROI Coaching, Preceptor, Mentor Critical Thinking Multi-task orientated Budget and Cost Analysis Program Start-ups Accreditation Writing Research Projects Core Accomplishments Assistant Clinical Professor, UTA, College of Nursing Andistant Professor of Medicine, TX A&M College of Medicine 2 Place Distinguished Dissertation (A Delphi Study into the Efficacy of Clinical Simulation Performance Improvement for Credentialing Healthcare Providers), International Society for Performance Improvement 2012 Past Secretary and Board Members of Society for Simulation in Healthcare, abstract reviewer and journal reviewer 1 Hired, supervised and evaluated surgical services staff and soldiers Inspired 100% hospital employee compliance completion for yearly mandatory training 4 yrs in a row. Initiated the roll out and management of HealthStream education program hospital wide Oversaw the creation and implementation of the DDI management training program Developed and directed the Disaster Preparedness training program for hospital access department Created and trained hospital decontamination team Achieved Awards: 3-Army Accommodation Medals, 3-Army Achievement Medals, 3-Army Meritorious Service Medals, and various war-time awards Developed, presented and published AORN home-study article- Bioterrorism: Are You Ready for the Silent Killer? Co-authored award winning research on VR IV start simulator, DOD Produced content for three chapters in Clinical Simulation: Operations, Engineering and Management book Developed and published article The Changing Face of Healthcare Education: A New Surgical Simulation Center at Baylor University Medical Center in Baylor Proceedings Contributing collaborator from Society for Simulation In Health Care (SSH) to AAMC research on simulation activities (findings to be published in SSH Journal, Summer 2012) Professional Experience April 2013 Clinical Faculty, UT-Arlington, TX, College of Nursing To Present Faculty, Nursing 5360-MSN Simulation Application in Nursing (Hybrid- online & classroom instruction), Summer, 2013. Co-Course designer of online course in Simulation in Nursing, November 2013. July 2012 Assistant Professor, College of Medicine, TX A & M HSC, College To Aug 2013 Station, TX Responsible for the purchasing and maintaining of simulation assets Set up and cleanup of all clerkship simulation training sessions Teach procedural skills for the surgery clerkship rotations Evaluate surgery clerkship rotation students for mid-rotation OSCE 2 Dec 2008 to Director, Seeger Surgical Simulation Center Baylor University Aug 2013 Dallas, TX Serve as consultant and mentor to multiple residency and medical school faculty, nursing on curriculum design and simulation use Guided the new TXAMHC/BUMC medical student program in developing and implementing their clerkship specific simulation training program and Objective Subjective Clinical Skills (OSCE) Launched the Standardized Patient (SP) program for OSCEs, which included the hiring, orientation, training and oversight of the SPs. Developed, deployed a hospital-wide educational needs assessment Function as a simulation education resource within the organization Wrote the successful ACS Education Institute Level II Accreditation Application Spearheaded the re-organization, remodel and implementation of a new surgical simulation center Responsible for the capital and operational budget and costa analysis Instituted the purchase, operation of high/low fidelity simulators and faculty training on these simulators Created curricula for surgical residency program Developed and maintained learner documentation of attendance and evaluation of curricula Produce monthly and yearly production reports to Chief, Department of Surgery and BHCS Foundation Individually expanded and supported training opportunities from 68 per year in 2006 to 1555 in the first 7 months of 2013 Marketed and supported simulation educational resources and use, to nursing within the organization Jul 2005 to Manager, Education and Curriculum Development, C.A. Anderson Nov 2008 Simulation, Dept of Defense/U.S. Army, Tacoma, WA Facilitated curriculum design, implementation and assessment for a large military hospital Directed and motivated faculty development in the use of simulation into various training programs Implemented the scheduling, set-up of simulators and oversaw the faculty use of simulators Mediated the creation and delivery of various curriculums from 10 different Army-wide residency programs Produced award winning simulation research project. Oversaw two road shows sponsored by the Central Simulation Committee (CSC) Consulted on the Redeployment, Curriculum and Education programs for the CSC 3 Sept 1997 to Manager, Hospital Education, Capital Medical Center Nov 2008 Olympia, WA Managed the creation, implementation and evaluation of education and staff development of 500 employees Rolled out and directed the on-line yearly mandatory education through HealthStream platform Ensured educational tracking and compliance reports on various regulatory issues Directed the hiring and supervision of the Employee Health/Workers Compensation program staff Created and re-organized numerous hospital wide policies and procedures Developed and presented multiple education offerings varying from Bioterrorism, Conflict Resolution to Preceptoring Produced and implemented hospital wide infant abduction and Hostage Negotiation training programs Feb 1997 to Surgery Staff Nurse, Assistant Educator, Providence Hospital Aug 1997 Seattle, WA Served as a surgery staff nurse for all types of surgeries including open heart. Assisted the surgery educator with medical students orientation to the surgery area. Jan 1996 to Surgery Services Educator, Providence Hospital Jan 1997 Olympia, WA Responsible for the daily educational sessions for the main and outpatient surgery departments Provided clinical float relief Feb1994 to Manager Surgical Services, Mid Valley Hospital Dec 1995 Omak, WA A rural limited service district 45 bed community hospital. The surgical area consists of two suites and completed approximately 60 cases a month. Managed 5 FTEs and the accountability for a $1,000,000.00 yearly budget. Completed a minor remodel of the common area and upgrade of one existing room. Increased case- load and revenue by 24%. Responsible for: efficient case scheduling, staff coverage, maintenance and repair of equipment, ordering of supplies and policy and procedure revisions. Successfully completed two state inspections. 4 Nov 1991 to Director of Surgical Services, Valley View Medical Center Jan 1994 Cedar City, Utah A rural limited service for-profit 48 bed community hospital. The surgical area consisted of 3 suites and completed approximately 1200 cases a year Managed 8 FTEs and the accountability of a yearly $2,500,000.00 budget. Completed a remodel of the surgical, CS and PACU areas from 2 ORs to 3 ORs and a 34 % increase in cases and revenue. Responsible for surgery case scheduling, staffing, education, equipment issues, payroll and policy updates. Served on the Surgery, Quality Improvement and Infection Control committees. Provided circulating and PACU support with staffing storage. Successfully completed JCAHO survey. 1988, 1989 Traveling Surgery Staff Nurse, Swedish Medical Center 1991 Seattle, WA A full service for-profit 697 bed hospital located in the heart of the city. The surgical area consisted of 9 suites and completed approximately 1500 cases per month. Traveling Perioperative Nurse through Medical Express on 13-week assignments. Responsible for the care and safety of the patient throughout their surgical experience. Jun 1982 to Surgery Staff Nurse, Antelope Valley Medical Center Jun 1885 Lancaster, CA A full service for-profit 193 bed level II trauma hospital located near a major military facility. The surgical area consisted of 5 suites and completed approximately 1000 cases per month . Trained to circulate and scrub all types of cases except Open Hearts. Responsible for the care and safety of the patient throughout their surgical experience. Jan 1985 to U.S. Army Reserve Jan 2005 Major, Retired Served on active duty for Desert Storm and Iraqi Freedom Produced monthly nursing department educational programs Directed and managed two satellite units separate from main campus Officer in Charge of Troop Medical Center for ROTC Summer camps x 2 Performed duties of surgical nurse and educator during weekend drills 5 Administrator of CNE program, Madigan Army Medical Center (MAMC) Evening Shift Hospital Supervisor, White Sands, NM Administrator of ROTC Summer Program, MAMC Administrator of Nursing Preceptorship, MAMC Jun 1982 to Perioperative Nurse, Various Roles Sept 1997 Director/Manager, Staff Nurse, Educator of Surgical Services Supervision of 5-10 staff Responsible for budget, policies and procedures Equipment and supply purchasing Education and documentation of perioperative staff Successful completed of JCAHO and State Inspections Circulate and Scrub all types of cases 1977-1979 Animal Control Officer, LA County Animal Control, CA 1975-1977 Firefighter, LA County Fire Dept, CA Education 2011 Capella University Minneapolis, MN PhD Education-Training & Performance Improvement 2007 Department of the Army Ft. Lewis, WA Certificate Instructor Training Course 1996 Heritage University Toppenish, WA Master in Education Guidance & Counseling 1985 The Consortium of CA State Colleges/Universities Long Beach, CA Bachelor in Nursing, Public Health 1982 Antelope Valley Community College Lancaster, CA Associate Nursing 1979 Antelope Valley Community College Lancaster, CA Associate of Science Animal Science Professional Associations Society for Simulation in Healthcare Journal Reviewer 2012-Present Conference Presentation Reviewer 2007-Present Board of Director 2010-2011 Secretary 2009-2010 Chair, Membership & Bylaws Committee 2006-2008 6 Nominations Committee 2006-2008 Accreditation Committee Technology & Standards Committee Association of Perioperative Registered Nurses 1985-Present 3 yrs National Committee on Education CE Application (CEAC) 3 yrs National Committee on Emergency Management 18 yrs Member Specialty Assembly-Integrative Health Practices Past President WA State Council of Perioperative Nurses Local Dallas, TX chapter International Association of Nurses in Clinical Simulation Learners (INACSL) 2006-Present Advisory Board Bylaws Review Committee Communications Committee American College of Surgeons (ACS) 2009-Present Member Committee on Administration and Management, Division of Education AAMC SSH Collaborator on Simulation Activities in North American Medical Schools and Teaching Hospital 2009-Present Association of Standardized Patient Educators (ASPE) 2006-Present International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI) 2007-Present America Society for Training and Development (ASTD) 2008-Present Baylor Emergency Response Team (BERT) 2010-Present J & J Ethicon Point of View Magazine Editorial Board 3yrs Region #3 Hospital Emergency Response Task Force Member 2001-2008 Thurston County Public Health Volunteer Vaccination Team 2003-2008 Licenses/Certifications RN TX CNOR CHSE (Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator) ATLS Coordinator BDLS ADLS Instructor ACLS BLS 7
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