Instructing Human simulation patient education is a modality which is still new to most clinical educators. , There is the need to become proficient in what to anticipate in the process, Yet, little research is even done to the effectiveness of such learning. It is out of need to educate clinical competency and lack of clinical human patient care opportunities in which this teaching modality has come about. Having received vendor instruction which assists instructors with implementation and troubleshooting. Such instruction is often time-limited due to cost and remains bias to a type of device, and may not as educationally focused on instructor possibilities. Although a creative and techno-savvy instructor may excel, I see the need to have more collaborative workshops and conferences to help heighten the educators ability.