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Teaching with Simulation: Creating a Faculty Workshop. Valerie Herbert, MSN, RN, CNE Tracey Arno, BSN, RN. Healthcare Simulation?. A ttempt to mimic a clinical situation G oal of understanding and managing situations in actual clinical practice

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teaching with simulation creating a faculty workshop

Teaching with Simulation: Creating a Faculty Workshop

Valerie Herbert, MSN, RN, CNE

Tracey Arno, BSN, RN

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Healthcare Simulation?

Attempt to mimic a clinical situation

Goal of understanding and managing situations in actual clinical practice

Technique that represents a real event

Facilitates Problem Based Learning (PBL)

slide3

Why Simulation?

  • Changes in Healthcare Environment
  • Focus on Patient Safety and Quality
  • Bridge from Static Lab to Clinical
  • High Stakes—Low Exposure
  • Platform for all students same experience
slide4

Faculty Development

  • Faculty Development—mostly on the fly
  • Mentoring by Peers
  • Attending National Conferences
  • Identified as a major Barrier for Effect Simulation Implementation
ncsbn 2010 survey

1060/1729 for 62% response rate

  • 83% thought we should be using more simulation
  • 76% reported more faculty need to be trained to facilitate simulation
  • 30% of clinical time could be substituted with simulation
  • 69% report not enough staff to run simulation controls and oversee students
NCSBN 2010 SURVEY
state board of nursing

Phase II Study by NCSBN

      • National, multi-site study in prelicensure nursing programs
      • 5 ADN and 5 BSN
      • 3 Groups
            • 10% Clinical Replacement
            • 25% Clinical Replacement
            • 50% Clinical Replacement
  • Phase III: Follow up of new graduates into first year of practice
State Board of Nursing
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Simulation Developments….

Today and Future

  • NCSBN Study
  • Standards of Best Practice
  • High Stakes Assessment
  • Medical Simulation
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Workshop

  • Faculty from 4 Nursing Programs
  • Immersive 2-Day educational program
  • Best practice standards, simulation framework, and current evidence
  • Focused on knowledge, skills, and abilities in simulation teaching strategies
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Program Agenda: Day 1

  • Introduction to Simulation—Teaching Strategy
  • Buttonology
  • Debriefing
  • Designing Individual Simulation Case
  • Troubleshooting the Equipment
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Program Agenda: Day 2

  • Simulation Case Development
  • Assessment and Evaluation Strategies
  • Moulage
  • Networking & Support
  • Curriculum Integration
  • Future Trends for Nursing Education
slide14

Workshop Evaluation

  • Overall how satisfied are you with the simulation as a learning experience?
  • What was the best or most useful part of the simulation course? Least?
  • What parts of the simulation course would you change/expand?
  • Are you interested in further simulation educational activities? If so, which areas?