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Simulation in nursing education : from conceptualization to evaluation

Author: Pamela R Jeffries; National League for Nursing.
Publisher: New York, NY : National League for Nursing, [2012]
Edition/Format:   Book : English : Second editionView all editions and formats
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"Simulation in some form has probably been used as a teaching strategy in nursing education since the first nurse tried to teach the first nursing student how to do a task properly. As our understanding of teaching and learning progressed, so did the simulations that were used. This book, the first of its kind for nurse educators, is the work of an innovative, creative group of nurse educators from all types of  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Pamela R Jeffries; National League for Nursing.
ISBN: 9781934758151 1934758159
OCLC Number: 809834678
Description: xviii, 266 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Using simulation in nursing education / Mary L. Cato --
Simulations: education and ethics / Sharon I. Decker --
Theoretical framework for simulation design / Pamela R. Jeffries & Kristen J. Rogers --
Designing simulation scenarios to promote learning / Diane S. Aschenbrenner, Lesley Braun Milgrom & Julie Settles --
Curriculum integration of clinical simulation / Patricia Ravert --
Integrating guided reflection into simulated learning experiences / Sharon I. Decker & Kristina Thomas Dreifuerst --
Debriefing: an essential component for learning in simulation pedagogy / Kristina Thomas Dreifuerst & Sharon I. Decker --
Evaluation: a critical step in simulation practice and research / Katie Anne Adamson, Pamela R. Jeffries & Kristen J. Rogers --
Setting up a simulation center / Scott A. Engum, Bruce R. Williams & Paul M. Collins --
Using collaboration to enhance the effectiveness of simulated learning in nursing education / Julie McAfooes, Reba Moyer Childress, Pamela R. Jeffries & Cheryl Feken --
Integrating the QSEN competencies into simulations / Carol F. Durham & Kathryn R. Alden --
Summary and future considerations / Mary Anne Rizzolo --
Appendix A. Author profiles --
Appendix B : Final report of the NLN/Laerdal simulation study.
Responsibility: Pamela R. Jeffries, PhD, RN, FAAN, ANEF, editor.

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"Simulation in some form has probably been used as a teaching strategy in nursing education since the first nurse tried to teach the first nursing student how to do a task properly. As our understanding of teaching and learning progressed, so did the simulations that were used. This book, the first of its kind for nurse educators, is the work of an innovative, creative group of nurse educators from all types of programs who wished to share what they learned during the course of a three-year multisite project that tested simulation models and contributed to the refinement of the body of knowledge related to the use of simulation in nursing education. We hope this book provides a pathway to help nursing faculty harness and shape the learning environments of tomorrow in order to create meaningful, realistic, and evidence-based experiences for their students" - Publisher.

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