- Professional overview
Natalya Pasklinsky joined NYU Meyers College of Nursing as an adjunct clinical instructor in 2007. In 2015 she assumed the full-time role of Assistant Director of Simulation Learning and in 2016 was promoted to Director of Simulation Learning. She is a leader in simulation-based education, design, and implementation. Her focus is on the development of excellence in simulation teaching and learning practice. She engages in faculty simulation development, education, and innovation. She presents at national conferences on best practices of simulation and debriefing. As director, she is involved in all day to day operations of the CSLC, including working with faculty on the development, implementation, and evaluation of over 115 simulation sessions a week. She trains and oversees over 50 adjunct faculty teaching simulation each semester. She serves on College-wide committees to ensure curriculum integration with simulation and technology use. She has 12 years of clinical experience specializing in vascular, orthopedics, plastics and ENT. Natalya received a Distinguished Clinical Faculty award from the Undergraduate Nursing Student Organization (UNSO) in recognition of dedication to teaching excellence, exceptional ability to lead and inspire, enthusiasm about the learning process.
BSN, 2004, Hunter College, Hunter-Bellevue School of NursingMS, 2010, New York University, College of NursingDNP(c), 2019, New York University, Rory Meyers College of Nursing
- Honors and awards
Distinguished Clinical Nursing Faculty Award (2015)Service Recognition Award (NYU) (2014)Dean’s List for Academic Achievement (2002)Peter F. Vallone Academic Scholarship (2000)
- Professional membership
Society for Simulation in HealthcareInternational Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and LearningAmerican Nurses AssociationSigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing, Alpha Phi ChapterAmerican Academy of Ambulatory Care NursingAmerican Association of Nurse PractitionersAmerican Association of Colleges of Nursing
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