Second Edition was a winner of the AJN Award!""Unique to this book, and what sets it apart from other books on simulations and clinical scenarios, are the personal experiences...that the authors bring to the chapters. The authors' passion, enthusiasm, and inspiration are truly reflected and demonstrated in each chapter. Authors talk about lessons learned, teaching strategies, and in-depth research... Key highlights in the book include the practice application of how to develop, implement, and evaluate clinical simulations in your nursing program. The authors make understanding simulation pedagogy an easy journey and one that is exciting that educators will want to try and embrace even when there is hesitation and uncertainty."" - Pamela R. Jeffries, PhD, RN, FAAN, ANEF; Professor, Dean; George Washington University School of Nursing; From the ForewordWhen employed as a substitute for real clinical time, simulation scenarios have proven effective in bridging the gap between theory and practice. Written by educators for educators, this book provides all the knowledge, skills, and tools needed to make simulation feasible, enjoyable, and meaningful for students. In this edition, there are 25 new chapters, 20 of them scenarios for all levels and specialties, and 11 of those representing interprofessional education and team training.This acclaimed text for nursing faculty provides detailed, step-by-step guidance on all aspects of clinical simulation. Each scenario is broken down into objectives, pre-scenario checklists, implementation plans, evaluation criteria, debriefing guidelines, and recommendations for further use. Replete with diverse scenarios, this comprehensive resource covers geriatric, pediatric, trauma, obstetric, and community-based patient scenarios. Chapters cover all levels of nursing students from pre-licensure to doctoral level, and contain the authors' own advice and experiences working in simulation around the globe.All scenarios have been updated to adhere to the new best practice simulation standards for design, facilitator and participant criteria, interprofessional criteria, and debriefing processes. A template for creating scenarios spans the text and includes student preparation materials, forms to enhance the realness of the scenario, and checklists for practice assessment and evaluation. The revised edition now includes scenarios easily adaptable to an instructor's own lab, an international perspective, and a section on graduate nursing education and eleven new interdisciplinary clinical scenarios.New to the third edition:20 brand-new scenarios in anesthesia, midwifery, pediatric, disaster, and other specialty focused situations, plus five new chaptersUpdated to encompass new simulation pedagogy including best practice standardsNew scenarios easily adapted to an instructor's own labIntegrating disability into nursing education with standardized patients and the use of IV simulationsInterprofessional and international scenarios focused on areas of global concern: obstetric hemorrhage, neonatal hypoglycemia, deteriorating patientsA new section on how to ""write like a nurse"" in clinical simulation environmentsTeaching and evaluating therapeutic communication with a review of instruments for assessmentKey Features:Includes information on how to integrate simulation into curriculaAddresses conceptual and theoretical foundations of simulation in nursing education, including an expanded chapter on the Framework for Simulation Learning in Nursing EducationIncludes a wide variety of practical scenarios in ready-to-use format with instructionsProvides a template for scenario developmentDelivers recommendations for integration of point-of-care decision-making toolsOffers opportunities for enhancing complexity, incorporating interprofessional competencies, and debriefing guidelinesProvides insight into pedagogical intergration of simulation throughout every aspect of the nursing curriculum with scenarios mapped to North American standards and the NCLEX-RN BlueprintIncludes details on: learning lab and staff development from fundraising and building a lab (Ch. 6), to placement of AV (Ch. 7) to faculty development (Ch. 5) and self-assessment for certification and accreditation (Ch. 54).A trauma-informed approach to women's health (Ch. 33)Scenarios with authors from North America (USA & Canada), Brazil, and Hong Kong
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Suzanne Hetzel Campbell, PhD, APRN-C, IBCLC, is Director and Associate Professor atUniversity of British Columbia School of Nursing. She specializes in women's health issues andthe interface between nursing education and technology (specifically in online learning andsimulation laboratories). She is an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant, a Woman'sHealth Care Nurse Practitioner, and a member of Sigma Theta Tau. In 2006, she managed thesuccessful application of an HRSA grant for the School of Nursing, gaining nearly $468,000 overthree years to help in evaluating simulation activities and directs school of nursing learningresource center. She is a frequent author in peer-reviewed journals and in nursing education books.She received the AJN Book of the Year Award for the second edition of Simulation Scenarios forNursing Educators.Karen Daley, PhD, RN, is Dean and Associate Professor at Davenport University School ofNursing. Before joining Davenport in 2011, Dr. Daley was Nursing Program Coordinator atWestern Connecticut State University, School of Nursing, where she was instrumental inimplementing a Human Patient Simulation Program. She specializes in medical-surgical nursingissues and simulation teaching strategies. She gained her doctorate in 2005 from Rutgers. Shehas published a number of peer-reviewed journal papers and presents at the major nursingmeetings. She is a member Sigma Theta Tau, the Society for Simulation in Healthcare, theSimulation Users Network, Eastern Nursing Research Society, and NLN. For several years shewas a staff RN at various hospitals. She received the AJN Book of the Year Award for the secondedition of Simulation Scenarios for Nursing Educators.
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