JCCC Annual Healthcare Conference

Jon Batenhorst (KCRSA BOD Member) and Traci Jackson (KCRSA Member) representing Johnson County EMS at the JCCC Annual Healthcare Conference

The Kansas City Regional Simulation Alliance (KCRSA) seeks to leverage the simulation learning community to accomplish together what we cannot do alone. Jointly we will work to foster growth in simulation education by

  • Connecting people and facilities
  • Sharing best practices
  • Preparing educators and technologists

“KCRSA partners with the KC Art Institute and KC Public Schools to Distribute COVID-19 Educational Coloring Books to Area Schools”

Coloring Book Pre-K - 3rd



Coloring Books

To get both books
click here

Presented by KCRSA 

Coloring Book 4th- 8th

KCRSAs coloring book project was featured in a KMBC Channel 9 News Story in March 2021.

President Kathy Carver is featured in the news story.
“Coloring book helps children understand the COVID-19 pandemic”.


Pioneering the Future of Healthcare Technology

Earn continuing education hours at the 16th Annual

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Friday, Sep. 20, 2024

 Johnson County Community College

This one-day innovative simulation event features:
  • Keynote from healthcare leaders at Johns Hopkins University
  • Groundbreaking seminars in emerging medical technology
  • Exhibitors from trailblazing simulation companies


Avoid the late fees and register before September 1.

Save money and RSVP today at jccc.edu/simconference

Take the lead in the ongoing discussion of simulation practices and submit an abstract to jccc.edu/SimAbstract by May 31.

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Train the Trainer Workshop

Improve your readiness.
Enhance your skillset.

September 16–18, 2024

An interactive seminar for
Simulation-based Medical Education

Registration is now open!

Limited number of participants — first-come, first-served


Advance your instructor expertise with an up-to-date structured training delivered by the Israel Center for Medical Simulation (MSR), a recognized global leader in simulation-based medical education.

This workshop establishes a basis for common best practices and standardization of debriefing methodologies, with scenarios tailored to your background and experience.

As a participant, you will explore:

  • Simulation-based training and characteristics
  • Practice of core instructor roles: observe, process, debrief, and facilitate
  • Video-based debriefing model from MSR
  • Live and video-based scenarios for implementing debriefing skills


Ready to improve your instruction? For course details and reservations, contact Rochelle Quinn at rquinn2@jccc.edu


Please join us for the
KCRSA Research Roundtable Think Tank

2024 Save the Dates



Time: 4 pm-5 pm

KCRSA Research Committee is hosting a series of research or simulation curriculum roundtables this year for those involved in simulation research to share scholarly projects they are working on for feedback and idea/ resource sharing. Members can attend to learn about local simulation research, provide members feedback on their projects, and connect with others. You can also present your project- email us to inquire about presenting.

To register to join us for the KCRSA Research Roundtable series- RSVP here so we can provide you details on joining us in person or virtually.

 Register Now

  • What? Research roundtables for those involved in simulation research or education to share scholarly projects or curricula they are working on for feedback and idea/ resource sharing.
  • When? REGISTER NOW FOR June 12TH, 2024
  • Where? VIRTUAL, A virtual meeting link will be provided upon registration.
  • Who? We invite members to present and participate in the research roundtables.  All are welcome!


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ZLOG: January 2021


Through the connections and networking that resulted from my projects with JCCC, especially the Office of Foreign Studies and through them with Uganda, I met Steven Youngblood, the journalist who is a professor at Park and is Director of their program of “Peace Journalism.”  I was especially interested in their projects…

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Available Positions or Volunteer Opportunities

KCRSA will accept information about:
  • Jobs
  • Educational exploration: Internships, Mentors
  • Volunteers for a simulation event; moulage, confederate, SP role
  • Equipment sharing or specialized set-up

Review Jobs / Opportunities

KCRSA is open to communicating Simulation Career Employment, Educational or Volunteer opportunities for our healthcare simulation community.

Email kcrsimulationalliance@gmail.com with a request and link to the organization or event.

Information will be posted for 8 weeks or until the event date.

Information on the Jobs Page

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