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1 Faculty Development Strategies for Motivating the Laggards! Mary Anne Rizzolo, EdD, RN, FAAN, ANEF San Diego SUN, December 1, 2010

2 State Boards of Nursing stating number of hours that simulation can replace clinical experience in curriculum BUT… no evidence yet exists to support it!

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4 Study Goals Evaluate the learning occurring with varying amounts of simulation substituting for clinical hours Evaluate new graduates ability to translate nursing knowledge and skills into the workplace Highlight best practices in simulation use Establish a recommended simulation curriculum

5 10 schools those chosen announced November ,000 students Study begins August 2011 Random assignment 10%, 25%, 50% simulation substituted for clinical Follow up – one year after graduation

6 More information https://www.ncsbn.org/2094.htm

7 Other Organizations with Simulation Initiatives Society for Simulation in Healthcare –Accreditation of simulation centers –Certification of simulation educators (www.ssih.org) International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning –Simulation Standards (www.inacsl.org)

8 INACSL Standards Standard I - Terminology Standard II – Professional Integrity of Participant Standard III- Participant Objectives Standard IV – Facilitation Methods Standard V – Simulation Facilitator Standard VI –The Debriefing Process Standard VII – Evaluation of Expected Outcome

9 NLNs Simulation Initiative Explore the use of simulation for high stakes assessment in nursing education

10 Phase I Convene Think Tank - June 8-10, 2010 Review existing high stakes assessments using simulation in nursing and other disciplines Review program outcomes from schools of nursing throughout the country and identify those that lend themselves to assessment via simulation

11 Participants Barry IssenbergMarilyn Oermann Pam JeffriesMary Anne Rizzolo Kathie LasaterTerry Valiga Carrie LenburgLinda Wilson Bridget Nettleton

12 Outcome Areas Assessment and Evaluation Nursing Judgment Quality and Safety Teamwork and Collaboration Communication crosses all 4 areas

13 Communication Across All OutcomeSim 1Sim 2Sim 3Sim 4 Assess & Evaluate Primary Nursing Judgment Primary Quality & Safety Primary Teamwork/Collaboration Primary

14 Phase II Jeffries team develops and pilots simulations Oermann/Kardong-Edgren team –Evaluates existing tools, creates new tools –Obtains inter-rater reliability –Develops evaluator training

15 Phase III Field testing across the country Diverse programs Geographic diversity

16 Desired Outcome More Questions than Answers

17 Photo: The John A. Hartford Foundation Institute for Geriatric Nursing, James Schuck Deliberative Strategies Unfolding Cases Monologues Simulation Scenarios Finish the Story Instructor Toolkit

18 Faculty Motivators Calls to transform nursing education –IOM Report – The Future of Nursing –Benners Educating Nurses: A Call for Radical Transformation

19 Faculty Motivators Calls to transform nursing education –IOM Report – The Future of Nursing –Benners Educating Nurses: A Call for Radical Transformation Awareness of national simulation initiatives

20 Faculty Motivators Calls to transform nursing education –IOM Report – The Future of Nursing –Benners Educating Nurses: A Call for Radical Transformation Awareness of national simulation initiatives Deliberative strategies

21 Send a message

22 Simulation is Skyrocketing! Send a message

23 Simulation is Skyrocketing! Send a message Time to get aboard!


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