Joined faculty in 2001. Graduated from Skidmore College with a B.S.N., from New York University with a Masters of Arts in nursing, and is certified in healthcare simulation education. Developed and instructs the nursing simulation curriculum, including interprofessional education with students from Colby-Sawyer, Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth College and Franklin Pierce University's Master of Physician Assistant Studies Graduate Program. Responsible for academic and clinical coaching to support nursing students’ success. read more…
Areas of Expertise
- Academic coaching
- Home care
- Vebell, R. Debriefing and the Art of Providing Feedback. Presented at the Simulation Instructor Courses at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Lebanon, N.H., 2016-present.
- Vebell, R., Long, J. Improving student nurse readiness for clinical preceptorship: Three patients and fifteen minutes to identify the unstable patient. Poster presented at the Society for Simulation in Healthcare IMSH ’16 conference, San Diego, Calif., January 2016.
- Vebell, R., Long, J. Academic and Practice Simulation Collaboration: Colby-Sawyer College and Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. Presented at the Sigma Theta Tau Society, Plattsburgh, N.Y., April 2015.
- Wilson, L., Vebell, R.M. Innovation in practice: Integrated psychiatric medical surgical nursing simulation experience. Poster presented at the Conference for Nurse Educators, Falmouth, Mass., May 2014.
- Vebell, R., Todd, F., Long, J. Simulation partnership for academia and practice. Poster presented at the International Nursing Association of Clinical Simulation and Learning Conference, San Antonio, Texas, June 2012.
- Reeves, S., Denault, D., Huntington, J., Ogrinc, G., Southard, D., Vebell, R. Learning to overcome hierarchical pressures to achieve safer patient care: An interprofessional simulation for nursing, medical, and physician assistant students. Nurse Educator 42 (5), September/October 2017.
- M.A., Nursing, New York University
- B.S., Nursing, Skidmore College