Mobile Simulation Lab Staffing

  • Kami WillettEmail author
Part of the Comprehensive Healthcare Simulation book series (CHS)


This chapter discusses staffing for medical simulation labs, whether you are affiliated with an academic institution or a standalone facility in a small rural setting. Identifying your needs, availability in budgets for staffing, and choosing what positions meet the needs of your simulation lab are essential in meeting your customers’ needs and the success of your lab. This chapter discusses key roles/personnel of a simulation lab.


Staffing Personnel Manpower Subject matter experts Simulation specialist Simulation technician Simulation director Simulation curriculum designer 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Nebraska Western Iowa Health Care System – Veterans Administration, Learning Resource CenterOmahaUSA

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