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  • 1. A Simulation Integration Strategy: Building in Capability and Sustainability<br />Rena G. Boss-Victoria, DrPH, MPH, MS, RN, CNSAssociate Professor and Director, Simulation CenterHelene Fuld School of Nursing<br />Marcella Copes, RN, PhD, Dean<br />Coppin State University<br />Baltimore, Maryland 21216<br />Contact Info: drbossvictoria@aol.com<br />Capability, in the context of this model, refers to the ability of (an institution, the program, and/or faculty) to ensure that simulation technology design, development and deployment is meeting the needs of the students, faculty, and institution. Capability includes the ability of a program to sustain simulation technology in support of teaching as demand grows and staff change.(Adapted from E-Learning Maturity Model@http://www.utdc.vuw.ac.nz/research/emm/index.shtml)<br />

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