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The Little Things: Part 2 of the Series From Nursing Student to Patient and Back Again

In this three-part Ask the Expert Series, we feature Bhavana Aitha, a senior nursing student at the University of Delaware who explores the reciprocal benefits of working as a simulated patient while helping her university use simulated patients. In this second part of the series, Bhavana talks about the importance of the little things. By: Bhavana Aitha Being a nurse

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A Statewide Simulation Survey

By: Alaina Herrington, Sabrina Beroz, Melanie Cason The use of simulation has rapidly advanced as a teaching-learning strategy in nursing education. The NCSBN National Simulation study provides evidence that up to 50 percent of clinical experience can be substituted with simulation under conditions used in the study (Hayden, Smiley, Alexander, Kardong-Edgren, & Jeffries, 2014). Concerns emerged as prelicensure nursing programs

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Help! What Is a HyperDoc?

By: Jone Tiffany and Susan Forneris Once again, the K-12 education community is in the lead on innovative teaching/learning strategies! Educators are told that a revolution is coming, that we need to quit lecturing and infuse more active learning strategies in our teaching (Forneris, 2018; Stillman & Stillman, 2017). Since K-12 education has focused more on adapting to students, rather

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Best Practices – Simulation Consortia Part I

By: Cedar Wang, Alaina Herrington, and Melanie Cason As simulation methods in education are adopted more widely across the practice trajectory, opportunities arise for collaboration through statewide alliances as a means to strategically inform best practices in simulation. A strategic alliance may be defined as a supportive arrangement between two autonomous organizations that share and interchange resources for competitive benefit

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Synchronous Simulation, The Story: Tapping into Experiential Learning Needs for Distance Learners

By: Sue Forneris and Beth Hallmark with Susan Justice and Jenny Roye Every good story has elements that capture our attention, pull us in, help us to relate. Meet Jenny Roye and Susan Justice, nursing simulation educators from the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA). Jenny is the assistant dean of simulation and technology and oversees simulation at both UTA

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Best of TEQ Blog Simulation Posts

Compiled by: Andrea Browning As we come to the end of Healthcare Simulation Week, the NLN Center for Innovation in Simulation and Technology highlights the top three TEQ Blog posts on innovations in simulation. Most Read: Moving from Disease-Based to Concept-Based Simulations Authors Alaina Herrington and Tonya Schneidereith used Benner’s Novice to Expert stages to level and scaffold the concepts that educators

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The Importance of Empathy in Health Care: Part 1 of the Series From Nursing Student to Patient and Back Again

In this three-part Ask the Expert Series, we feature Bhavana Aitha, a senior nursing student at the University of Delaware who explores the reciprocal benefits of working as a simulated patient while helping her university use simulated patients. In this first part of the series, Bhavana talks about the importance of Empathy. Later she will dive into The Little Things

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