Presentation on theme: "Designing a Simulation Learning Lab to Enhance the Students Experience"— Presentation transcript:
1 Designing a Simulation Learning Lab to Enhance the Students Experience Wendy Ouellette MSNc RN CPONJosephine Atinaja-Faller RN MSN CNS
2 ObjectivesThrough a needs assessment, identify strategies for faculty and administrative buy-in.Discuss various strategies in building a simulation lab.
3 Project ManagementA project manager was selected and worked in conjunction with other faculty and Deans of the College. An architect was hired to consult on the room planning as well as an audiovisual specialist team.
4 Acquisition of Equipment Through a generous donor alumni Phyllis Nickerson Dotson class of ‘62 and George S Dotson, we were able to purchase….2 Laerdal Mannequins: Sim Man and Sim BabyRenovated an existing nursing skills labState of the art Control RoomVideo cameraHospital beds and stretchersZoll DefibrillatorIV Pump rentalsTwo debriefing plasma monitors
5 Simulation in Numbers Spring and Summer 2009: Fall 2009: Staff: Total Number of Students: 780Cumulative Hours: 10,680Fall 2009:Total Number of Students: 468Cumulative Hours: 3, 128Staff:One director/full time faculty8 adjunct faculty2 Simulation technologistsLab coordinator
6 Student Reflections“I was surprised to see the new set up, and was pleased with the changes made. I think the way the sim lab is now set up is more conducive to learning because it is more realistic.”“This was my first time using the new lab and it was absolutely amazing. I’m jealous of the underclassmen who have the privilege of using this lab from the beginning.”
7 Timeline Fall 2005- Vital SIM, task trainers Fall Acquire Laerdal equipment (SIM MAN & Baby), Med/Surg IISpring Add Med/Surg ISummer Add Pedi, OB, & FundamentalsFall Move into new LAB, Add Community & PsychSpring Add Family Nurse Practitioner Advanced Health AssessmentTo date: all elements of the Undergraduate Curriculum and one Graduate Course rotate through the simulation lab
12 Contact Information and ContributorsWendy Ouellette BSN RN CPONJosephine Atinaja-FallerContributors:Victor Tsveybel, RN MS ANPMeghan Quigley, BA simulation technologistJamie Traynor, media specialist
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