Exploring an adaptive version of the 3D model of debriefing using a virtual patient simulation
Francisco A. Jimenez, PhD, MA; Cheryl Wilson, DNP, APRN, ANP-BC, FNP-BC,CNE -- Shadow Health, Inc, Gainesville, Florida, USA
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In this study, we explored the debriefing experience of undergraduate students using the 3D Model of Debriefing after completing a virtual simulation module on conflict management. Results suggest that students can experience the benefits of a transformative learning experience when they are debriefed using the 3D Model with virtual patients.
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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 ...
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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 ...