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Gerard is a nurse educator and currently a PhD student at Stockholm University in Sweden. Gerard has 15 years of experience in simulation teaching and is currently working on a research project on Virtual Patient Simulation to enhance clinical reasoning.
Mentorship, 2. E-learning, 3. Simulation, 4. Continous professional development (CPD)