Comprehensive Evaluation of the Simulation Program
Kim Leighton, Adtalem Education Group; Patty Ravert, Brigham Young University; Vickie Mudra, Chamberlain College of Nursing, Chamberlain University; Colette Foisy-Doll, MacEwan University
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Many organizations evaluate individual components of a simulation program, such as, the scenarios, participants’ perceptions, the debriefer, and learning outcomes, but few programs evaluate simulation holistically and in correlation to their organization’s strategic plan and program outcome objectives. This session presents tools that can be used together to evaluate the entire simulation program beginning with a readiness assessment, to the simulation experience, and on to facilitator competency ending with comparison of how well learning needs were met in the simulation lab versus the traditional clinical environment.
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