- May 9, 2023
From the MAP Clinics to virtual reality training and the Student Nursing Association, Bachelor of Nursing student James Kim graduates prepared to be a great nurse.
- Nurses trained via virtual reality performed better than those trained by inpatient clinical trainingApril 13, 2023
This promising preliminary research comes from a new pilot study by Bethany Cieslowski, Associate Professor of Nursing in Mason’s College of Public Health
- Can virtual reality simulation help address racism, discrimination, and microaggressions in teaching?October 14, 2022
New training will educate faculty to recognize and react to implicit bias and microaggressions through a VR simulation.
- May 2, 2022
Family members’ time in hospitals with caring nurses inspired Sarah Ringham to start and continue her nursing education
- February 4, 2022
Innovate for Good is a new ongoing series that examines how faculty in the College of Health and Human Services are improving health outcomes using technology such as artificial intelligence, virtual reality, and personal apps. Part I explores two social work faculty who are using apps and virtual reality to improve the lives and health of those they work with.
- January 27, 2022
Mason’s new Virtual Reality Simulation Lab space in the Peterson Hall on the Fairfax Campus enables students to practice skills and work on different scenarios in a simulated hospital.
- November 16, 2021
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Bethany Cieslowski is the Simulation Coordinator for the George Mason University School of Nursing. She earned her BSN from the University of Virginia, MA from Columbia University’s Department of Biomedical (Nursing) Informatics and DNP at the Duke University School of Nursing.
- September 24, 2021
Bethany Cieslowski, calls herself a disruptor – but don’t just take her word for it. One just needs to tour the virtual reality and simulation space on the 2nd floor of Peterson Health Sciences Hall with Cieslowski or participate in one of her VR/Sim training sessions to confirm that she has already brought positive change and vision to the College of Health and Human Services.