Interprofessional Trauma Simulation Workshop: from Planning to Implementation
Ruth Bargainer, MSN, RN, CNE; April Beckling, MSN, RN, CMSRN; Robyn Faz, MSN, RN, CHSE; Terran Keidl, BSN, RN, CHSE; Bill Davis, BBA, CHSOS; Kathryn Whitcomb, DNP, RN, CHSE
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Has your team always wanted to put together an interprofessional (IP) emergency room (ER) simulation? The purpose of this hands-on workshop is to provide educators with a reproducible template for the design and implementation of an IP ER simulation developed to prepare health professions students for practice. The growing demand for health professions students to enter the workforce prepared to work in teams that will deliver quality, safe patient care is a salient reason for incorporating IP learning opportunities into curricula (Interprofessional Education Collaborative, 2011). Educators, however, may struggle with barriers to simulation implementation such as a lack of logistical knowledge and self-confidence as well as limited fiscal, personnel and space resources (Decker, et al., 2015). A collaborative team will demonstrate how to use a theoretical framework, such as the NLN Jeffries Simulation Theory (Jeffries, 2016), to develop a trauma simulation. Workshop topics will include how to assemble an IP, academic, clinical and community-based core team, identify simulation objectives, simulation design, scenario development and scheduling. The logistics of transforming a facility into an ER, environmental fidelity, operations, and recruitment of volunteers/standardized patients will be explored. Templates for assigning students into IP teams, stratifying teams into acuity zones, schedules (e.g. standardized patients (SPs), volunteers, moulage, master and student), scenario, supplies, and budget will be provided. The workshop will conclude with strategies for effectively debriefing large IP groups.
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