Amy L. Daniels, PhD, RN, CHSE-A


Assistant Professor

Director, Clinical Simulation Labs

School Affiliation

School of Nursing


  • Simulation-Based Education in Health Care
  • Psychological Safety in Simulation
  • Simulation Program Leadership and Management


Dr. Daniels serves as the director of the Debra L. Spunt Clinical Simulation Labs, a Society for Simulation in Healthcare-Accredited site for Teaching and Learning. As an assistant professor, she provides simulation-based education in all clinical programs. Dr. Daniels has been a faculty member in the School of Nursing since 2012. In her role as simulation director, she is involved in curriculum integration, faculty development in simulation, debriefing, and psychological safety. Dr. Daniels is involved in simulation professional organizations and engaged in research around psychological safety. She has experience with simulation program growth and development as well as collaboration and consultation with external programs in both administrative and curricular areas. She has published in the areas of debriefing and psychological safety as well as integrating simulation-based education into curriculum.

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This information was last updated February 19, 2024.