Nursing Students GoPro: Enhancing Clinical Judgment with Cameras in Simulation
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In the School of Health Sciences Simulation Lab at the University of Saint Francis , Dawn Parker, director, observed that significant embedded cues in simulation scenarios were going unnoticed. To enhance “noticing” and clinical judgment development, she designed a project with wearable cameras. This innovative idea was awarded a Ball Venture grant in 2015. This INACSL presentation will be made by the project director and faculty members who served as simulation design advisors. Each of the three phases of the project will be described. Phase One, Preparation, includes faculty development in the Best Practice Standard: Simulation Design. During Phase Two, Facilitation, student simulation design teams work to create their own scenarios. The third phase is the presentation of simulation experiences where participants wear cameras. Debriefing included analysis of the recordings. Attendees of this presentation will view video clips of student designed scenarios, assess project instruments and discuss results. GoPro (TM) cameras will be in use! Attendees will be encouraged to replicate the project and utilize the Standards of Best Practice: Simulation as they guide student groups in designing scenarios. The Lasater Clinical Judgment Rubric serves as the under-girding framework of the project. Objectives: Attendees will:
1. Describe methods to enhance clinical judgment development
2. Discuss ways to engage learners in simulation design
3. Gain greater appreciation for the value of “noticing” in clinical judgment development
4. Evaluate the application of wearable cameras in simulation
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