Dr. Laurie Peachey, PhD, RN is an Assistant Professor in the School of Nursing and a Canadian Certified Simulation Nurse Educator. Laurie is a graduate of the Francophone nursing program at Laurentian University. In her doctoral dissertation in the PhD of Educational Sustainability at Nipissing University, she used phenomenology to examine the lived experience of new graduate nurses using maternal-child simulation in their practice. Laurie’s research interests are rooted in practice education and include the use of maternal-child simulation, the development of practical wisdom and imaginative thinking in nursing, and the transition of new graduates entering perinatal nursing. As a founding member of the Ontario Simulation Alliance (OSA), she is currently fulfilling the role of co-President. Laurie has contributed to development of peer-reviewed maternal-child simulation scenarios, and has presented her work in simulation at the provincial, national, and international level.