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Interprofessional Simulation: TeamSTEPPS and Cardiac Arrest Simulation
Quality and Safety Education for Nurses and the Institute of Medicine recomment interprofessional education to foster open communication, encourage mutual respect, and support joint decision making among health professionals. ...
Evaluating Debriefing Methods For High Fidelity Simulation
The purpose of this study is evaluating effectiveness of debriefing. The PICO(T) question asks “for nurse educators debriefing in simulation (P) how does using the Debriefing for Meaningful Learning (DML) method (I) compared ...
The Use of Simulation to Facilitate a Successful Transition from Classroom to Initial Clinical Experience
Background/Significance of problem: As a practice profession, the clinical learning experience is an essential component of nursing education. Despite the importance of clinical education, students often describe the initial ...
Improving Baccalaureate Nursing Students' Critical Thinking Ability through the Initiation of Patient Safety Simulations
Patient safety is the priority objective within the healthcare system (Harjai & Tiwari, 2009; Robert & Petersen, 2013; Robson, Clark, Pinnock, White, & Baxendale, 2013; Vaismoradi, Salsali, & Marck, 2011). The Institute ...
An Exercise in the Provision of Care for an Adult Patient under Investigation (PUI) for Ebola: A Patient Care Drill
(MESH Coalition, 2016-02)
In October of 2014 Indianapolis found itself, like many communities, preparing for the unknown realities of providing care to a Patient under Investigation (PUI) for Ebola Virus Disease (EVD). A group of clinical experts ...
Methods of Evaluating Simulation Experiences in Nursing Programs: An Integrative Review
Evaluation of simulation activities in nursing programs is a continuing process and different methods have been applied in order to capture the effectiveness. Most of these methods are subjective in nature and incorporate ...