"Healthcare simulation allows learners to connect their actions and non-actions to patient outcomes. It is no longer acceptable to practice on patients. Patient safety must be first. I am honored to have served as a President of INACSL."
PhD, Adult Education, Auburn University, 2014
Certificate, Simulation Education, Bryan LGH College of Health Sciences, 2010
DNP, Nursing, University of Alabama at Birmingham, 2009
FNP, Family Nurse Practitioner, University of Alabama Birmingham, 2009
MSN, Nursing, University of Phoenix, 2001
BSN, Nursing, Jacksonville State University, 1987
Marie L. O'Koren Alumni Award for Innovation in Teaching (Nursing Chapter of UAB Alumni Society - 2013)
Outstanding Faculty Award (Auburn SGA - 2013)
Outstanding Faculty Award (Auburn SGA - 2010)
Outstanding Faculty Member (UAH College of Nursing - 2004)
SNRS (Member, 2015 - Present)
AANP (Member, 2015 - Present)
FSNA (Member, 2015 - Present)
INACSL (President, 2015 - Present)
Phi Beta Phi Honor Society (Member, 2014 - Present)
SSH (Member, 2010 - Present)
ANA (Member, 2010 - Present)
Sigma Theta Tau International (Member, 2001 - Present)
Howard, V., Leighton, K., & Gore, T. Simulation in Healthcare EducationIn R. Nelson & N. Staggers (Eds.). Health Informatics: An Interprofessional Approach. : 454-471
Gore, T. N. & Lioce, L. Creating effective simulation environmentsIn B. Ulrich & B. Mancini, (Eds.). Mastering Simulation: A Handbook for Success. : 49-86
Kardong-Edgren S, Gore T, Waxman K, T, & Willhaus J, . Sharing student performance information in simulation: A debate.Clinical Simulation in Nursing. 17: 58-62
Gore T, Lutz R, Bernard R, O, & Hernandez I, . Home health simulation to meet the geriatric competencies for baccalaureate nursing.Journal of Nursing Education and Practice. 9(1) : 27-31, 2019.
Gore, T. Auburn University School of Nursing simulation programAuburn Speaks on Cyber. : 32-37, 2015.
Gore, T., Johnson, T. L., & Wang, C. Teaching leadership concepts in a multiple patient simulation scenarioInternational Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship. 12(1) , 2015.
Hunt, C. W., Curtis, A., & Gore, T. Using simulation to promote professional development of clinical instructorsJournal of Journal of Nursing EducationNursing Education. , 2015.
Pope, W. S., Baggett, S. K., Dubois, E. J. Martin, C. & Gore, T. Using visualization in simulation for infection controlClinical Simulation in Nursing. 10(12) : 598-604, 2014.
Rutherford-Hemming, T., Kardong-Edgren, S. Gore, T., Ravert, P., & Rizzolo, M. A. High-Stakes evaluation: Five years laterClinical Simulation in Nursing. 10(12) : 605-610, 2014.
Gore, T., Leighton, K., Sanderson, B., & Wang, C. Fidelity’s effect on student perceived preparedness for patient care.Clinical Simulation in Nursing. 10(6) : e309-e315, 2014.
Baggett, S. K., Gore, T., Sanderson, B. K., & Sankar, C. Teaching consistent hand hygiene: How can we improve?Journal of Nursing Education and Practice. 4(1) : 200-207, 2014.
Gore, T. & Schuessler, J.B. Simulation policy development: Lesson learnedClinical Simulation in Nursing. 9(8) : e319-e322, 2013.
Pope, W. S., Gore, T., Renfroe, K. C. Innovative teaching strategy for maintaining academic integrity in simulation.Journal of Nursing Education and Practice. 3(7) : 30-35, 2013.