Simulation in Nursing (DVD), 1st Edition

  • Delmar, Cengage Learning
  • Concept Media
  • Arizona State University (ASU) College of Nursing and Healthcare Innovation
  • ISBN-10: 1439060045  |  ISBN-13: 9781439060049
  • © 2010 | Published
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This compelling series was filmed at Arizona State University (ASU), College of Nursing and Healthcare Innovation. The first part was taped during an orientation for faculty with little to no experience in simulation. Topics in this presentation include an introduction to simulation and the equipment in the lab, a review of student learning styles, the concept of a "safe place," faculty and student roles, and the process of guided reflection. The second part was recorded during a meeting of existing staff when they developed case studies for one of the manikin patients. Then, based on the storyboards created, the four scenarios were performed and filmed in real time with students in the lab while faculty watched them from the observation room. ASU has an extremely successful simulation program; therefore, the information in each of the programs is valuable to faculty who are creating new labs or for those who are having difficulty running existing programs.

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Features and Benefits

  • Satisfies various learning styles – Explanations on how to use Bloom's Taxonomy for writing objectives to scenarios.
  • Learn how o create scenarios – Explore various techniques to build congruence with student knowledge and experience level, as well as, meet objectives.
  • Rationales for using simulation are explored with an emphasis on the application of safe care in the clinical setting.
  • Management and Planning of Exercises. Overcome obstacles and learn how to avoid pitfalls.
  • Faculty role is clearly defined – from creating scenarios, orientating students to simulation, allowing students to explore their environment, and assigning roles.
  • Distinctions between simulation and actual clinical practice are highlighted.
  • Guided Reflection techniques to take full advantage of teaching opportunities with students.

Table of Contents

Learning Styles & General Objectives.
Faculty Roles.
Preparing for Simulation.
Creating Scenarios Part One.
Creating Scenarios Part Two.
Managing Simulations.
Guided Reflection Part One.
Guided Reflection Part Two.

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  • CD Edition

    ISBN-10: 1439060037 | ISBN-13: 9781439060032

    List Price = $2453.95


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Instructor's Guide  (ISBN-10: 1439060029 | ISBN-13: 9781439060025)