Sasha Rarang, PhD, MSN, CCM, RN
Rarang, S. A. (2015). Measuring beginning nursing students' knowledge, skills, and attitudes towards patient safety: A study of the effects of scenario-based high-fidelity simulation. Capella University, ProQuest Publishing.3723193
Philippine Nurses Association of Southern California Educational Conference (PNASC 3-1 Event). Teaching Mindfulness to Nursing Students: A Strategy in Promoting Self-Care. Symposium 2017, Long Beach, CA.
Philippine Nurses Association of America, Inc. 37th Annual Conference, Poster Presentation of a Study titled: Measuring High Fidelity Simulation Instruction: Its Effects to Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes Towards Patient Safety." July 22, 2016, Washington, DC.
Quality and Safety Education for Nurses (QSEN) 2016 National Forum, The New Frontier: Forging Partnerships for Lifelong Learning in Quality and Safety with the study: Measuring High Fidelity Simulation Instruction: Its Effects to Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes Towards Patient Safety." May 25-27, 2016, San Antonio, TX.
Philippine Nurses Association of Southern California - Orange County Subchapter. Innovation in Education: Simulation and Story Telling. October 11, 2014.