Jaime Gallaher is a dedicated simulation educator with a strong background in emergency nursing and education. Since 2016, she has been instrumental in introducing clinical event debriefing at various institutions across BC. Currently serving as instructional support for simulation at Thompson Rivers University, Jaime has also held educator roles in multiple health authorities in both simulation, and emergency departments since 2016.

From 2009 to 2014, she taught in both BSN and emergency nursing specialty programs at BCIT and UBC. Her passion for debriefing developed through transformative reflective conversations with peers following clinical events, leading her to advocate for all nurses to embrace debriefing skills for enhanced teamwork, communication, self-reflection and patient safety.

Jaime is currently engaged in writing a publication aimed at clinical nurse educators, focusing on utilizing the “PEARLS debriefing framework” for clinical debriefings across diverse clinical settings.

When she is not working, she is using her skills of emotional debriefing and promoting self-reflection, on her 2 little girls and husband at home in Kamloops, BC.

Nursing The Future™ acknowledges that nurses across this country live, work and play on the lands of our Indigenous Ancestors and we join our members in expressing respectful gratitude for this privilege.
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