Simulation in nursing education : from conceptualization to evaluation /

Simulation in some form has probably been used as a teaching strategy in nursing education since the first nurse tried to teach the first nursing student how to do a task properly. As our understanding of teaching and learning progressed, so did the simulations that were used. This book, the first o...

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Corporate Author: National League for Nursing.
Other Authors: Jeffries, Pamela R.
Format: Book
Published: New York, N.Y. : National League for Nursing, c2007.
Table of Contents:
  • Using simulation in nursing education / Marcella T. Hovancsek
  • Simulations : education and ethics / Sharon Decker
  • Theoretical framework for simulation design / Pamela R. Jeffries, Kristen J. Rogers
  • Designing simulations for nursing education / Janis C. Childs, Susan B. Sepples, & Sharon Decker
  • Practical suggestions for implementing simulations / Melissa Horn & Nina Carter
  • Integrating guided reflection into simulated learning experiences / Sharon Decker
  • Evaluating simulations / Pamela R. Jeffries & Kristen J. Rogers
  • Setting up a simulation laboratory / Debra L. Spunt
  • Using collaboration to enhance the effectiveness of simulated learning in nursing education / Reba Moyer Childress, Pamela R. Jeffries, & Dr Cheryl Feken Dixon
  • Summary and future considerations / Mary Anne Rizzolo, Kristy Chambers, & Ruth Politi
  • Final report of the NLN/Laerdal simulation study.