Developing and evaluating a pediatric virtual simulation for nurse practitioner students in advanced pharmacology courses
Francisco A. Jimenez, PhD, MA and Cheryl Wilson, DNP, APRN, ANP-BC, FNP-BC,CNE - Shadow Health, Inc, Gainesville, FL, USA
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The purpose of this study is to illustrate how virtual patient simulations can be used with nurse practitioner students to practice medication selection, dosage calculation, patient and parent education, and prescription writing with pediatric patients in advanced pharmacology courses.
30th International Nursing Research Congress: Theory-to-Practice: Catalyzing Collaborations to Connect Globally. Held 25-29 July 2019 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
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Using virtual patient simulation in substitution of traditional clinical hours in undergraduate nursing Jimenez, Francisco A. (2018-03-19)The NCSBN simulation study of 2014 provided evidence that substituting high-quality simulation experiences for traditional clinical hours results in comparable educational outcomes. The authors present the results of a ...
Hands off: Student experiences in objective data collection in virtual clinical simulation Jimenez, Francisco A.; Kleinheksel, A. J.; Kotranza, Aaron (2017-07-26)Virtual patient simulation is a valuable tool for clinical curricula, but the inability to engage in physical contact may limit its application. This session will describe a novel virtual patient simulation for evaluating ...
Who decides?: Analysis of decision-makers in the adoption of virtual patients for nursing education Jimenez, Francisco A.; Kleinheksel, A. J. (2017-07-27)In 2015, nursing faculty responded to the Virtual Patient Adoption and Integration in Nursing (VPAIN) survey. Of the 398 participants, 194 reported being part of the decision-making process to adopt asynchronous virtual ...
Human patient versus high-fidelity simulation: Which is better to help undergraduate nursing students learn pediatric assessment skills Kubin, Laura; Fogg, Nikki; Trinka, Michele; Wilson, Cecilia Elaine; Wilson, Jennifer (2016-08-11)Background: According to undergraduate nursing students, clinical experiences produce a high degree of stress and anxiety, especially when those experiences involve children. Simulation has been shown to teach assessment ...