MONDAY 8-9 AM • 1 CE CREDIT
Quick Escapes to Building the Team
Sarah Bosserman Matulewicz, MSN, RN, CNOR, Perioperative Clinical Nurse Educator, WellSpan Health York Hospital
Building a culture of performance and highly reliable teamwork requires challenging the traditional educational methodologies. More than half of Americans believe they learn more effectively through hands-on learning than lecture-based education, as lecture-based education lacks multimodal educational delivery opportunities. The use of gamification through escape rooms offers a measurable and positive emotional tool for learning and enhancing teamwork and communication. This presentation will engage the learner in a discussion and hands-on demonstration of how escape room gamification can be used as an effective educational model in the healthcare setting.
Sarah Bosserman Matulewicz is the perioperative clinical nurse educator, ROSE Award coordinator, and a disaster response technician for WellSpan Health York Hospital. During the 2017 AORN Surgical Conference & Expo, Sarah was recognized as one of AORN’s Top 40 Under 40 recipients and is a Central Pennsylvania Business Journal Nurse of the Year finalist. Sarah currently serves as on AORN’s Fellowship Level Membership Task Force, and Clinical Nurse Educator Specialty Assembly. She is an active member of Sigma Theta Tau International, Eta Eta Chapter, serving on the board for Governance Committee; as well as for her local AORN chapter, serving as a board member and planning the educational programs. In her community, she is a melanoma educator and a member of her local Elks Lodge. Sarah is well versed in delivering local and national presentations, and she has a strong passion for delivering engaging presentations with an innovative focus.
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