Raquel Meyer, PhD
A specialist in unifying systems and uncovering gaming potential in diverse environments.
As Director of the Ontario Centres for Learning, Research and Innovation in Long-Term Care at Baycrest in Toronto, Canada, Raquel Meyer PhD, RN leads the design, implementation, scaling and evaluation of educational innovations to strengthen the current and future workforce. Raquel completed her doctorate in nursing health services research at the University of Toronto. She was the recipient of a Nursing Early Career Research Award through the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care. Dr. Meyer’s scholarly activities focus on educational innovation, health human resources, leadership and care models. Raquel is an enthusiastic proponent for the relevance of research to clinical practice, education, leadership and policy development.
The Carthage Chronicles: Crafting Healthcare Education Through Meta-Simulation Game Worlds
Who knew video games would one day be vital to healthcare education? Imagine learning your craft while journeying through the Empire of Carthage, circa 800 BC. Meta-simulation game worlds have opened up unlimited possibilities. Join us to discover the evidence, learn practical design strategies and take away success stories about designing next-level game-based learning environments. Here is a solution that will revolutionize workforce recruitment, retention, and training. Check out the benefits of D-I-Y game worlds for flexible, immersive learning in healthcare and beyond!