Challenging Students to ‘Think Like a Nurse’ with an Innovative
Multi-Patient Acute Care Hospital Simulation Scenario
Wednesday, October 7, 2020
2:00 PM EDT
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Deborah Halliday, MS Nursing, RN
Instructor and Simulation Coordinator
Helen S. Breidegam School of Nursing, Moravian College
Nurse educators are challenged to prepare future nurses for clinical practice upon graduation with high student enrollment in nursing programs and limited clinical placement opportunities that prepare students to think and “act” like professional nurses. In this webinar, Professor Deborah Halliday will discuss how she developed a multi-patient acute care hospital simulation using the NLN and Jeffries Simulation Theory to address this need. She will explain how this innovative nursing program was developed and evaluated, and will also provide lessons learned from the experience and future plans.
- Explain how a nursing program created a multi-patient acute care hospital experience supported by Jeffries Simulation Theory and INACSL Standards
- Discuss how Tanner’s Clinical Judgement Model was used to evaluate the multi-patient acute care hospital experience
- Provide lessons learned from the experience and future plans
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