Clinical simulation is widely used in nurse education with positive evaluation of its benefits, however studies heavily focus on and report outcome on the clinical nursing practice, with limited discussion around the importance of all stages of simulation. At the University of the West of Scotland, Part 2 Adult Nursing students across two campuses have participated in the three stage approach to clinical simulation; preparation, immersion and debrief of complex patient scenarios. This approach has been evaluated using a validated questionnaire in clinical simulation to determine students opinions on preparation, immersion and debriefing.
|Publication status||Published - 5 Sep 2018|
|Event||Networking for Education in Healthcare Conference 2018 - Churchill College, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, United Kingdom|
Duration: 4 Sep 2018 → 6 Sep 2018
Conference number: 29th
https://wwwazure.heacademy.ac.uk/training-events/events/NET2018 (Conference website)
|Conference||Networking for Education in Healthcare Conference 2018|
|Period||4/09/18 → 6/09/18|
White, J., Bryden, A., & Robb, P. (2018). An evaluation of the three-staged approach to clinical simulation on the learning experience of part 2 pre-registration adult nursing students at the University of the West of Scotland. Abstract from Networking for Education in Healthcare Conference 2018, Cambridge, United Kingdom.