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Effects of Simulation-Based Deliberate Practice on Nursing Students' Communication, Empathy, and Self-Efficacy.

Newly graduated nurses' communication ability often does not satisfy the needs of clinical sites. New training pedagogies are needed to help nursing students improve communication skills. This study aimed to evaluate the effects of simulation-based deliberate practice on cultivating nursing students' communication, empathy, and self-efficacy.


Intentional Application of Nursing Theory in Simulated Practice.

A simulation focused on nursing theory was designed to replace one clinical day experience for 37 senior-level baccalaureate students. Pretest-posttest self-evaluations were used in the study to rate student confidence in using Locsin's technology competency as caring in nursing theory and in describing critical care equipment and monitoring technology. A dependent t-test showed improvements in confidence using theory in practice after the simulation and debriefing session. Using one-on-one debriefing sessi...

Reframing evidence-based practice curricula to facilitate engagement in nursing students.

Evidence-based practice underscores a modern approach to nursing to ensure delivery of safe, up-to-date and person-centred care in the evolving clinical environment. While most entry-to-practice nursing courses incorporate elements of evidence-based research curricula, nursing students commonly struggle to see the relevance of research in their training. This study sought to understand nursing students' satisfaction and perspectives on research after an undergraduate research subject was redesigned to make ...


Effects of a simulation-based education program for nursing students responding to mass casualty incidents: A pre-post intervention study.

The necessity of disaster preparedness among nursing students has been continuously emphasized.

The Effects of High-Fidelity Simulation, Low-Fidelity Simulation, and Video Training on Nursing Student Anxiety in the Clinical Setting.

Education in medication administration is essential to patient safety, but there is limited evidence to describe the best way to influence clinical practice by nursing students. In a medication administration pilot study, the state anxiety of 44 nursing students was evaluated presimulation and prior to giving medications in the clinical setting. Two-way analysis of variance for repeated measures indicated no significant differences between high-fidelity simulation, low-fidelity simulation, or video training...

Applying Simulation Design Criteria to Non-Manikin-Based Experiences: A Modified ShadowBox Technique.

Creating simulation-based learning experiences is a process. With tools such as the 2016 INACSL Standards of Best Practice: Simulation Simulation Design and theories to guide development, nurse faculty have the opportunity to create rich simulation-based learning experiences that promote student learning. The purpose of this article is to describe an innovative simulation-based experience that applies simulation design criteria in a non-manikin experience. Using a ShadowBox approach, novice nursing students...

Experiences of Arab male nursing students during high fidelity maternity simulation training.

In Arab countries, many nursing schools rely heavily on simulation-based activities to provide experiential learning to male students with regard to maternal and child care; however, no study has been conducted to explore their experiences with such simulation training.

A Creative Teaching Method for Research and Evidence-Based Practice.

With nursing students placed in busy clinical environments where evidence-based practice (EBP) and research are often not considered a priority, teaching EBP to nursing students can be challenging. Innovation is required to ensure that nursing students not only recognize the importance of EBP but are also equipped with the knowledge, skills, and attitudes required to promote and implement EBP. This article describes the implementation of a video project as part of the EBP and research module. Feedback from ...

Effects of simulation-based learning on nursing student competences and clinical performance.

The aims of this study were to explore the effects of simulation-based learning (SBL) on nursing student competences and performance in the clinical setting. A comparison group design was used with data obtained from self-administered questionnaires at the onset and end of the semester. Students' practicum grades were also collected to examine their clinical performance. Four simulated scenarios were added to the course and a Chinese version of the Simulation-Based Learning Evaluation Scale (SBLES) was dist...

Knowledge, skills and attitudes related to evidence-based practice among undergraduate nursing students: A survey at three universities in Colombia, Chile and Spain.

Teaching nursing students about the model of evidence-based practice is a challenge for university faculty. The aim of this study was to measure knowledge, skills and attitudes related to evidence-based practice among undergraduate nursing students, as well as associated factors. The study involved a cross-sectional design using a survey of all students enrolled in a Bachelor of Nursing programme (1st to 4th year) in three nursing faculties of universities in Chile, Colombia and Spain. The Spanish version o...

Mindful Moments-Enhancing Deliberate Practice in Simulation Learning.

A pilot evaluation of simulation-based interprofessional education for occupational therapy, speech pathology and dietetic students: improvements in attitudes and confidence.

Many higher education institutions struggle to provide interprofessional practice opportunities for their pre-licensure students due to demanding workloads, difficulties with timetabling, and problems with sourcing suitable placements that provide appropriate practice opportunities. A series of complex unfolding video-based simulation scenarios involving a patient who had experienced a stroke was utilized as a case study for a three-hour interprofessional practice workshop. 69 occupational therapy (OT), spe...

Nursing Students' Perceived Self-Efficacy and the Generation of Medication Errors with the Use of an Electronic Medication Administration Record (eMAR) in Clinical Simulation.

Medication errors continue to be a significant issue, posing substantial threats to the safety and well-being of patients. Through Bandura's theory of self-efficacy, nursing students' self-efficacy (confidence) related to medication administration was examined to investigate its influence on the generation of medication errors with the use of an Electronic Medication Administration Record (eMAR) in clinical simulation. This study examined the generation of medication errors and the differences that may exis...

Self-directed learning and professional values of nursing students.

Professional nursing values are important concepts in developing the identity of nursing professional among nursing students. Self-directed learning as an ability can drive motivation to enhance professional nursing values and merits examination. This study aimed to examine the associations between self-directed learning and professional nursing values in nursing students. A cross-sectional descriptive design was employed with a sample of 800 nursing students. The measurement tools were the Self-Rating Scal...

Multilevel Disaster Simulation in Nursing: Lessons Learned in Undergraduate and Nurse Practitioner Student Collaboration.

Disaster simulation in nursing education has become fairly common, including both single discipline and interprofessional collaborative events. However, there is a distinct lack of information on disaster simulation involving intraprofessional, multilevel nursing students working collaboratively. Our established undergraduate disaster simulation is a required event for our final-semester senior nursing students. To collect baseline information, a quality improvement program was initiated during one simulati...

Teaching Workplace Interprofessional Communication to Undergraduate Nursing Students.

Patient safety may be compromised by ineffective communication. The American Association of Colleges of Nursing's Baccalaureate Nursing (BSN) Essentials state that effective communication skills are vital for nursing students to deliver safe patient care.

The Use of Tai-Chi to Reduce Anxiety Among Nursing Students Undergoing Simulation.

This study sought to examine tai-chi as an anxiety-reducing method to increase self-efficacy and improve performance among baccalaureate nursing students experiencing a patient care simulation. The sample included 63 nursing students enrolled in a traditional or second-degree nursing program. The study used a randomized control group pretest-posttest design. Students in the experimental group experienced significant reductions in cognitive and somatic anxiety, along with an increase in self-efficacy and imp...

Interprofessional Healthcare Students' Perceptions of a Simulation-Based Learning Experience.

Academic healthcare programs are incorporating interprofessional education (IPE) into students' learning experiences in order to prepare students for optimal clinical practice. This paper describes a simulation-based learning experience (SBLE) designed to encourage students (n = 130) from six healthcare professions to learn more about interprofessional communication, roles and responsibilities of the healthcare team, and knowledge of interprofessional collaborative practice. Data analysis showed statistical...

Research on the resilience of Chinese nursing students to workplace vertical violence in clinical practice.

This study aimed to explore the status and influencing factors of workplace vertical violence for Chinese nursing students, and examine the relationship between the resilience and workplace vertical violence. Questionnaire survey was conducted with cluster sampling among 486 nursing students by demographic questionnaire, the Resilience Scale of University Students and Questionnaire on Nursing Students' Workplace Vertical Violence. The survey indicated that, 51.23% of nursing students have experienced workpl...

Evaluation of Swedish nursing students' experience of a web-based platform for drug calculation.

Safe drug calculation is important in nursing as insufficient skills pose a risk to patient safety. Therefor solid education in mathematics for undergraduate nursing students must be provided. To support nursing students' skills in drug calculation, a web-based learning platform for drug calculation was created. The aim of this study was to investigate nursing students' experiences of a web-based learning platform for drug calculation in terms of usability and learning support. The study was a cross-section...

Using a Low-Fidelity Simulation to Enhance Cultural Awareness and Emotional Intelligence in Nursing Students.

Undergraduate didactic nursing leadership courses lack experiential opportunities to address working with culturally diverse populations. The authors used Bafa Bafa©, a cross-cultural low-fidelity simulation, to further develop critical thinking and emotional intelligence skills in prelicensure nursing students. This article describes the authors' experiences of integrating this innovative teaching strategy in the classroom to increase cultural awareness. The students' discovery of unexpected feelings, tho...

Reactions of Nursing Students When Faced With Violations of the American Nurses Association Code of Ethics.

A qualitative study was conducted with 10 nursing students to evaluate how students respond to breaches of standards of practice by clinical nurses. Statements were identified and analyzed with Colaizzi's method. Three main themes emerged: 1) Violations of the ANA Code of Ethics were witnessed by students (handling medications/equipment incorrectly, failing to comply with infection control, violating patient privacy). 2) Students were upset and felt they should have responded differently when witnessing a v...

The effects of group mindfulness-based cognitive therapy in nursing students: A quasi-experimental study.

Academic and clinical stressors are experienced by most nursing students enrolled in a nursing education program. The students who cannot effectively deal with these stressors experience stress, anxiety and depression.

Safe Medication Administration in Patients with Communication Disorders: A Simulation-Enhanced Interprofessional Education Approach.

Medications and their associated side effects impact systems treated by speech-language pathologists and audiologists, such as speech, language, voice, swallowing, hearing, tinnitus, and balance. However, students in these disciplines receive limited training in pharmacology, while nursing students receive training in pharmacology but limited training in communication disorders. In this interprofessional simulation experience to increase understanding of the impact of medications on communication, swallowin...

Nursing Student Interprofessional Simulation Increases Empathy and Improves Attitudes on Poverty.

Poverty is increasing and it has adverse effects on health. Nurses need to understand how to help patients in poverty meet health goals within interprofessional teams. Nursing students and Veteran's Affairs employees, consisting of patient care and support staff, were recruited for an interprofessional poverty simulation. Prior to and directly following the simulation, participants were asked to complete the Attitudes about Poverty and Poor People (APPP) scale, the Toronto Empathy Questionnaire (TEQ), and t...


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