Nursing Education and Simulation

The future of nursing education is in the area known as high-fidelity simulation, the use of computerized mannequins that exhibit a wide range of patient conditions. Simulation typically involves three parts: preparation work, then the simulation, then a debriefing session. The debriefing is usually a kind of reflective learning exercise in which students review their own performance and consider how nursing theory is actually being applied in the nursing practice. A good number of researches has shown that simulation is incredibly effective as one of the teaching methodologies and can certainly contribute both to better patient outcomes and a culture of safety among the nursing staff.

  • Simulation in Nursing Practice
  • Overview of Simulation Techniques
  • Uses of Simulation in the Nursing Practice Environment
  • Simulation Research
  • Linking Simulation to Patient Outcomes
  • Medication Safety Simulation to Assess Student Knowledge and Competence
  • Interprofessional Simulation-Based Education

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