Introduction to the INACSL Research Instrument Repository
Tonya Schneidereith, PhD, CRNP, PPCNP-BC, CNE, CHSE, Associate Professor of Nursing, Stevenson University; Susan Prion, EdD, RN, CNE, CHSE, Professor and Fulbright Scholar, University of San Francisco
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The INACSL Standards of Best Practice: Simulation are evidence-based documents that can be used to guide educators implementing simulation-based education. While there has been a burgeoning increase in research relevant to the simulation community, there continue to be areas that lack sufficient or updated investigation. To help simulation researchers and support continued and emerging best practices, members of the INACSL Research Committee have created a Repository of Instruments Used in Simulation Research. This list of categorized citations, found through the hyperlink on the INACSL Research page, is based on the domains of the NLN/Jeffries Simulation Theory. This presentation will provide background on the repository and show participants how to navigate to the website, search through the site, and find references useful for their own research. Through interactive discussion, suggestions for improvements of the website will be solicited and considered for future iterations.
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Outsourcing simulation for experiential learning: Thinking outside the box Schneidereith, Tonya; Farina, Crystel L.There is a push to increase the number of bedside and Advanced Practice nurses. However, in many areas, clinical and preceptor models are no longer viable options for clinical training. Experiential learning through ...
Failure to Rescue: How Simulation Can Help Transition to Practice Beroz, Sabrina; Schneidereith, Tonya; Sullivan, Nancy; Farina, Crystel L. (2017-08-21)Failure to rescue, either lack of recognition or the lack of appropriate interventions necessary to prevent adverse events, is a costly form of medical error. Bedside nurses - those healthcare professionals who spend the ...
Dosage Miscalculations at the Point of Care: An Innovative Look at Why Schneidereith, Tonya (2016-08-11)Incorrect medication administration, a well-documented problem in the United States, can be linked to bedside nursing issues such as forgetting doses, giving additional doses, or giving incorrect doses. Nurse educators are ...
Debriefing 2.0 - Finding the missed opportunities for learning Schneidereith, Tonya; Poore, Julie; Nye, Carla; Herrington, Alaina; Morgan, Patricia V.; Farina, Crystel L.; Bensfield, Linda (2017-08-17)The INACSL Standards of Best Practice SM have identified the importance of ongoing education for facilitators of simulation, especially in the art of debriefing. This rapidly expanding area of simulation challenges educators ...
Promoting safe medication administration using simulation Ross, Jennifer Gunberg; Mariani, Bette A.; Paparella, Susan F. (2018-04-03)This presentation will describe a two-group, pre-test/post-test study, and the associated instrument development and psychometric testing, to assess the use of medication safety enhanced simulation based learning experiences ...