University of Lapland
- Best of Finland: Adult Playfulness in Simulation-based Healthcare Education
- Engagement Enhances Well-Being in Simulation-Based Healthcare Education
- Students’ Emotions in Simulation-Based Medical Education
- How to Design Effective Healthcare Computer-based Simulation Games
- Theoretical and pedagogical underpinnings of simulation-based healthcare and medical education
- Does teaching method affect learning and how meaningful learning is from student perspectives?
- A Computer-Based Simulation to Enhance Official Communication in the Health Care Process— How Does it Promote the Facilitating and Learning Processes?
- Facilitators’ and Students’ Conceptions of Teaching and Learning in Simulation-Based Learning Environment
- How does the facilitating, training and learning model support characteristics of meaningful learning in a simulation-based learning environment from facilitators` and students` perspectives?
- Towards Expertise - Pedagogical Approaches and Educational Tools in a Virtual Learning Environment for Health and Welfare
Tuulikki Keskitalo is a post-doctoral researcher and currently holds the position of Project Manager of the CRICS project at the University of Lapland in Rovaniemi, Finland. Keskitalo has worked also as a Project Manager and a Researcher in several other projects. Keskitalo’s PhD concerned about developing the pedagogical model for simulation-based learning environments in healthcare. Keskitalo was also a visiting researcher at Stanford University, School of Medicine, in 2009–2010 and is planning to go there again in summers 2016 and 2017.