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Dr. Kristin Stockbridge
By Dr. Kristin Stockbridge
on June 07, 2021

The technology available to health science programs has grown exponentially. Simulation Labs are at the top of that list, with both 2 and 4-year colleges investing extensive resources into building effective Sim Labs. However, COVID-induced social distancing, tech requirements, and equipment scarcity can make it difficult when there are a number of students who need to use the equipment. 

CrossBraining Staff
By CrossBraining Staff
on March 24, 2021

We don’t need to tell you that student engagement is important. But we can share some research-backed best practices on how to make lessons and projects more engaging.

Dr. Kristin Stockbridge
By Dr. Kristin Stockbridge
on March 08, 2021

One of the challenges faced with Nursing and EMS educators right now is the limited number of students allowed in lab at one time due to COVID. In some states, the regulations require that labs only 4 to 6 students at one time. However, skills like IV insertion, intubation,and the like still require an instructor to assess and evaluate the student in person (and generally on a simulation dummy). This creates the need for more faculty, more scheduled lab times, and a higher overheard cost. CrossBraining can help alleviate these stressors.

Dr. Kristin Stockbridge
By Dr. Kristin Stockbridge
on February 22, 2021

When the Medical Assistant program at Jackson College in Jackson, MI had to go online, the faculty were at a loss as to what to do with the numerous lab skills the students needed to learn to meet program accreditation requirements. Fortunately, the MA Program had implemented Crossbraining a few months prior, so put it fully into action.

Dr. Kristin Stockbridge
By Dr. Kristin Stockbridge
on February 17, 2021

Whether you are teaching fully online in Winter semester or you are able to hold limited face to face labs, it is time to start getting prepared. Planning is key to ensuring your students not only learn the material presented, but are engaged in a remote environment. Here are some tips to get you started.