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Simulation and the Second Victim
A series of simulation scenarios that had the potential for practice errors to occur were developed and implemented with registered nurse residents. High risk procedures and reported medication errors were reviewed and ...
Partnering to Determine the Scope of Simulation in US Acute Care Hospitals
Over the past year, ANPD has partnered with the Society for Simulation in Healthcare and the International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning to describe the use of simulation in acute care hospitals. ...
NLN Jeffries Simulation Theory and its Application in the Simulation Based Learning Experiences
This preconference addresses the state of the science in simulations presentation, using the NLN Jeffries Simulation Theory as a foundation and describing how the theory is incorporated in the immersive simulation experiences ...
Evaluating the Ergonomics of Cardiac Arrest Care
Poster presentationSession A presented Thursday, September 14, 2017Purpose: To identify the ideal physical setup that maximizes vital equipment visibility for the resuscitation team to allow rapid assessment of cardiac ...
The Effects of Simulation In An Associate Degree Nursing Program
In 2014, an Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) program in Texas displayed an interest in implementing a teaching method conducive to improve students’ critical thinking ability and increase their confidence level in providing ...
School Nursing Simulation: An Evidence-based Practice Intervention for Improved Confidence in Health-related School Emergency First-responder Role
School nursing practice occurs in an autonomous clinical practice setting in which school nurses function as first-responders to life-threatening school emergencies. However, a gap in school nursing practice preparation ...
Improving the New Graduate and Undergraduate Student Nurses' Critical Thinking Ability Through the Use of Simulation in Nursing: A Systematic Review of Literature
Background: Implementing what is learned in the classroom into clinical practice is an important aspect of nursing. According to Koontz, Mallory, Burns, and Chapman (2010) the clinical environment is one of the most valuable ...
Use of Simulation within Nursing Education to Assist Students to Meet Standardized Test Plan Components
Medication errors within the United States healthcare system have been identified as a persistent issue contributing to extended hospital stays, increased healthcare costs, poorer patient outcomes including death, and lack ...
Interprofessional Simulation from the Patient's Point of View
This session focuses on ways to design and deliver targeted and highly relevant interprofessional simulations, all with the goal of improving patient outcomes.
Problem Solving Through Simulation & Scripts
A nursing learning model was developed to assist students, nurses and nurse educators in their understanding of the diverse ways that content and skills can be learned. During the development of the model, it became clear ...