Clinical Simulation in Nursing

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  • Smart Pump App for Infusion Pump Training

    27 mars 2018, par Erin Quattromani, Margaret Hassler, Nikki Rogers, Jennifer Fitzgerald, Paula Buchanan
    The best method for teaching novice infusion pump users is not known.
  • Psychological Safety, Self-Efficacy, and Speaking Up in Interprofessional Health Care Simulation

    27 mars 2018, par Christopher J. Roussin, Eduardo Larraz, Katherine Jamieson, Jose M. Maestre
    Health care work and training are increasingly team based and interprofessional. This research examines how occupational self-efficacy and psychological safety (PS) perceptions influence active and honest participation in simulation-based (...)
  • High-Level Realism in Simulation : A Catalyst for Providing Intimate Care

    27 mars 2018, par Lydia Mainey, Trudy Dwyer, Kerry Reid-Searl, Jennifer Bassett
    For many nursing students, their first experience providing intimate care will be during clinical placement, away from the safety of the classroom.
  • Video Monitoring a Simulation-Based Quality Improvement Program in Bihar, India

    27 mars 2018, par Jessica Dyer, Hilary Spindler, Amelia Christmas, Malay Bharat Shah, Melissa Morgan, Susanna R. Cohen, Jason Sterne, Tanmay Mahapatra, Dilys Walker
    Simulation-based training has become an accepted clinical training andragogy in high-resource settings with its use increasing in low-resource settings. Video recordings of simulated scenarios are commonly used by facilitators. Beyond using the videos during debrief sessions, researchers can (...)
  • “The First Knock” : A Public Health Nursing Simulation

    27 mars 2018, par Tamara McKinnon, Laura Brunetto, Dominique Teaford, Michelle Meszaros, Colleen O'Leary-Kelley
    A simulated initial home visit, First Knock, was conceived to address anxiety and reticence seen in student and novice nurses before their first home visit in the public health setting. The First Knock aims to provide an opportunity for learners to reflect on issues, challenges, and ethical (...)
  • Comparison of Debriefing Methods and Learning Outcomes in Human Patient Simulation

    27 mars 2018, par Laura T. Gantt, Sharon H. Overton, Jeanette Avery, Mel Swanson, Cheryl V. Elhammoumi
    The purpose of this study was to compare student outcomes after three different methods of simulation debriefing; these were facilitated debriefing, feedback, and self-debriefing.
  • Teaching Student Nurse Anesthetists to Respond to Simulated Anesthetic Emergencies

    27 mars 2018, par Bernadette Henrichs, Shirley Thorn, Julie A. Thompson
    Life-threatening complications occur during anesthetic administration and student nurse anesthetists must know how to diagnosis and treat emergencies. Using high-fidelity simulation is one teaching method.
  • Sharing Student Performance Information in Simulation : A Debate

    27 mars 2018, par Suzan “Suzie” Kardong-Edgren, Teresa Gore, K.T. Waxman, Janet K. Willhaus
    The 2016 INACSL Professional Integrity Standard presented a major change in sharing of performance information. This article presents arguments for and against the sharing of clinical performance information along with audience perspectives from presentations at both the INACSL and SSH (...)
  • Using Regulatory Policy and the Science of Simulation to Develop a Culture of Excellence

    27 mars 2018, par Joyce A. Hahn
    Simulation as a learning pedagogy is well established in the literature (American Association of Colleges of Nursing, 2008; Hayden, Siiley, Alexander, Kardong-Edgren, & Jeffries, 2014; Jeffries & Rizzolo, 2006). Nursing undergraduate programs across the United States use mid- and (...)

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