Using a Multiple Standardized Patient Shooter Scenario to Enhance Nursing Skills in Undergraduate Students
Riah Leigh Hoffman, RN; Shannon Renee Dusack, RN; Johanna Elizabeth Boothby, RN; Lauren A. Succheralli, RN; Theresa Gropelli, RN, GCNS-BC, ACNS-BC, CMSRN, NHA
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The Effectiveness of Educational Training and Simulation on Readiness to Respond to a Traumatic Event Hoffman, Riah Leigh; Dusack, Shannon Renee; Boothby, Johanna Elizabeth; Succheralli, Lauren A.; Puhlman, Daniel (2018-04-02)This presentation will discuss the use and effectiveness of an educational video and standardized patient shooter simulation scenario to enhance emergency readiness in undergraduate students.
The Utilization of Intra-Professional Collaboration in Simulation Among Junior and Senior Nursing Students Boothby, Johanna Elizabeth; Gropelli, Theresa; Succheralli, Lauren A. (2016-03-29)Session presented on Saturday, April 9, 2016, and Friday, April 8, 2016: Between the years of 2012 and 2022, it is predicted that there will be a need for more than 500,000 nurses to replace retiring nurses (Bureau of Labor ...
Promoting academic integrity and professionalism within an undergraduate and graduate nursing program Chunta, Kristy S.; Custer, Nicole; Hoffman, Riah Leigh; Gerwick, Michele A.; Little, Elaine B.; Boothby, Johanna ElizabethThis presentation will share a nursing program's initiative to create a healthy learning environment by promoting academic integrity and professionalism among undergraduate and graduate nursing students. The presentation ...
Using a multiple-patient simulation experience to enhance prioritization, delegation, and communication skills: An exemplar Chargualaf, Katie A.; Gaffney, Mary KathrynOpportunities to practice essential skills required of new graduate nurses was enhanced by adding a multiple-patient high fidelity simulation experience to a BSN leadership and management course. Students' attitudes and ...
Simulation, Video Reflection and Standardized Patient Actors to Enhance Communication Skills in Undergraduate Nursing Students Beaird, Genevieve F.; Nye, Carla (2016-07-13)Session presented on Sunday, July 24, 2016: Purpose: The goal of this presentation is to share the development process and results of a research study completed with undergraduate nursing students participating in simulations ...