High-Fidelity Patient Simulation in Nursing Education

ISBN-10: 0763756512

ISBN-13: 9780763756512

Edition: 2010

Authors: Wendy M. Nehring, Felissa R. Lashley

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Driven by continuing changes in the healthcare field, nurse educators must find alternative ways to teach future nurses. Increasing numbers of nursing programs are acquiring high-fidelity patient simulators that will serve as an adjunct to didactic learning. These simulators provide the closest possible technology to real patients and allow repetitive ldquo;hands-onrdquo; learning in a safe environment. The simulators allow nursing students gain both experience and confidence to make critical clinical decisions in acute care situations.High Fidelity Patient Simulation in Nursing Education provides a necessary primer for nursing programs starting out in this technology. It includes examples for setting up a simulator program for nurses, developing and implementing this technology into particular clinical and laboratory courses, and setting up refresher courses in hospital settings. Topics include the history of simulation, evidence-based research on high fidelity simulation, setting up a simulation program, the future of high-fidelity patient simulation in nursing, and more.
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Book details

List price: $129.95
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning, LLC
Publication date: 5/28/2009
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 447
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.75" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.386
Language: English

Preface
Contributors
Foundations
History of Simulation in Nursing
Factors Influencing the Use of Simulation
The Continuum of Simulation
Conclusion
A Synthesis of Theory and Nursing Research Using High-Fidelity Patient Simulation
Theoretical Frameworks Used in Nursing Simulation
Nursing Research Involving High-Fidelity Patient Simulation
Recommendations for Future Nursing Research
Conclusion
Setting up a Simulation Program
Developing and Implementing a Simulation Program: Baccalaureate Nursing Education
The BYU Experience: Planning and Integration
Suggestions for Successful Implementation
BYU Evolution and Future Plans
Developing and Implementing a Simulator Program: Associate Degree Nursing Education
Environmental and Space Concerns
Progress with Environmental and Space Concerns
Faculty Education and Simulator Use
Planning for a Second Set of Triplets
Initial Costs
Ongoing Costs
Maintenance
Student Involvement
Evolution and Future Plans
Graduate Nurse Anesthesia
Introduction
Enhancing Patient Safety
Nurse Anesthesia Program Use of Simulated Learning
Valid Outcome Measures/Evaluation Plans
Clinical Simulation Consortia
Role of Accreditation Agencies Related to Simulated Activities
Simulation in Continuing Education and Credentialing
Simulation in a Nurse Anesthesia Curriculum
Summary
Statewide Nursing Simulation Program
Introduction
Background: Statewide Nursing Simulation Program
Staffing
Equipment
Environment and Space Considerations
Evolution and Future Direction
Creating an Interdisciplinary Simulation Center
Introduction
Identifying the Need
Identifying Stakeholders
Establishing Goals
Faculty Selection
Faculty Development
Curriculum Development
Going Forward
An Interdisciplinary Simulation Training and Education Program for an All-Hazards Response
Introduction
Center for Public Health Preparedness
The Center for Public Health Preparedness at Burlington County College
Planning: The Road to Preparedness
What Are Simulators?
Simulation Resource Management
See How It Runs
A Nurse Is a Nurse Is a Nurse...Not!
Future Directions
Hospital-Based Competency Development
Planning
Number and Types of Personnel for Staffing
Faculty Education
Developing Scenarios
Costs
Environmental/Space Concerns
Maintenance
Involving Learners
Continuing Education
Evolution and Future Plans
Acknowledgments
Developing and Implementing Scenarios
Baccalaureate Nursing Education
Incorporating Simulation into the Curriculum
Development of Clinical Scenarios
Orientation to High-Fidelity Patient Simulation
Methods of Presenting the Scenario
Evaluation of Clinical Scenarios
Faculty Development
Summary
Student Version of the Scenario of the Patient with a Cardiac Condition
Facility Version of the Scenario of the Patient with a Cardiac Condition
Associate Degree Nursing Education
Place of Simulation in the Curriculum
Evaluating the Student Using Simulation
Identifying the Topic of the Scenario
Why and How the Scenario Was Developed
The Implementation Process
Successes and Challenges
Use of Simulation Using Different Levels of Fidelity
Student Evaluations for the Simulation Experience
Future Changes
Advice for Faculty Who Want to Replicate the End-of-Life Scenario
End-of-Life Scenario
Preparation for Patient Scenario
Skills Required to Prepare for the Scenario
Scenario Outline
Debriefing
Equipment Setup
Scenario Background
Acute Care for Advanced Practice Nurses
Selecting a Learning Scenario
Determining a Framework for Problem Solving
Scenario Development
Student Preparation for Simulation
Implementing the Simulation
Optimizing the Simulation Environment
Maintaining a State-of-the-Art Simulation Lab
Challenges in Acute Care Advanced Practice Simulation
Regional Nursing Simulation Program
Statewide Collaboration
Regional Collaboration
Use of Collaboration to Develop Specific Scenarios
Ensuring an Effective Simulation
Hyperglycemia Protocol (Subcutaneous Insulin Orders)
Interdisciplinary Simulation Center
The Hospital-Based Interdisciplinary Simulation Center: Simulation for Practitioners
The Academic-Based Interdisciplinary Simulation Center: Simulation for Students
Interdisciplinary Infused High-Fidelity Clinical Simulation Scenarios
Summary
Planning and Creating a Scenario: The Institute of Technical Education Experience
Identifying Developers
Identifying Learners
Identifying Learning Needs
Identifying Learning Objectives
Scenario Crafting
Storyboarding
Conclusion
Simulation in the Hospital Setting
Targets for Scenario or Course Development for Professional Nurses
Developing Scenarios for Use within a Professional Nursing Simulation Course
Scenario QuickView Tool
The Development Triangle Tool
Alpha Testing and Instructor Preparation
Beta Testing: Scenario Flow and Final Content Validation
Final Development Phase: Is The Scenario Ready for Use?
Conclusion
Simulation Scenario: Hemolytic Blood Transfusion Reaction in The Acute Care Hospital Setting
Student Level: Entry Level Professional Nurse (Orientation) to Experienced RN (Competency)
Facilitated Debriefing
Historical Origins of Debriefing
Importance of Debriefing
Effective Debriefing Techniques
The Process of Verbal Debriefing
Summary
A Curriculum for the Pre-licensure Nursing Program
Challenges Facing Nursing Education
Pattern Recognition and Learning
Simulation as a Teaching Strategy to Address These Challenges
The Program for Nursing Curriculum Integration
Simulation Across the Curriculum
Conclusion
Evaluation
The Evaluation Plan and Process
Setting Up an Evaluation Plan
Objectives/Information
Problem Solving (Complexity)
Student Support (Cueing)
Debriefing (Guided Reflection)
Evaluation Instrument
Evaluating the Implementation of the Simulation
Evaluating Student Learning Outcomes When Implementing Simulations
Summary
The Future
Using High-Fidelity Patient Simulation: What Does the Future Hold?
Index
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