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Computer Debriefing and Screen-based Simulation

Debriefing after simulation plays a crucial role in student learning and medical practice. This paper focuses on impact of computer debriefing technique on knowledge retention of midwives during screen-based simulation of neonatal resuscitation.

Learning Process of Fourth Year Medical Students During a Doctor-patient Relationship Training

This study aims to explore learning process for undergraduate students in this doctor-patient relationship course. This study is one of the 3 studies included in a PhD on learning process during simulation training in psychiatry. The results of this 3 studies will aim at building a formative and summative assessment tool of competences specific to this pedagogic context.

EBP Educational Programme in Nursing Students' EBP Beliefs and Knowledge, and the Extent of Their EBP Implementation

Evidence-based practice (EBP) prevents unsafety/inefficiency and improves healthcare quality. However, EBP implementation and sustainment are challenging for healthcare organizations and providers considering gaps between research and practice. An educational preparation of the future healthcare professionals can minimize these gaps. Thus, it is mandatory that undergraduate curricula in health sciences, namely in nursing, promote an EBP culture so that future health professiona...

Use of Bed Bath Video During Simulation in Developing Student Skills

This study´s objective was to identify the effectiveness of bed bath video during simulation in the performance of undergraduate student skills. Method. This is a randomized, blinded clinical trial. The sample consisted of students of the second year of nursing graduation who were divided into two groups: intervention group (students who simulated bed bath using the video) and control group (students who simulated bed bath without the video). The primary end point was the perf...

Factors Affecting Medical Student Learning in Simulation Scenarios

Simulation is used to teach undergraduate and postgraduate healthcare professionals, however it is not known how best to use this resource. Using qualitative methods, this study aims to investigate how medical students learn during simulation scenarios and will compare students who are paired with peers with those who are solo during their scenarios. Video and audio data from simulations will be collected and analysed with anxiety and empathy questionnaire data and semi-structu...

Proficiency-Based Progression Training for Clinical Communication

Importance: Clinical communication is an important source of medical error and preventable adverse events. Objective: To determine the effectiveness of an online learning programme for ISBAR (Identify, Situation, Background, Assessment, Recommendation) communication in the deteriorating patient. Setting: The study will be conducted in University College Cork, Ireland. Participants: Third year undergraduate nursing and fifth year medical students, who are scheduled to ...


Effect of Simulation on PALS Training

Patient simulation is a new and expanding technology that has proven effective as a teaching tool in various clinical settings, but data on pediatric simulation is lacking. Mock resuscitation scenarios have been shown in prior studies to be effective for improving knowledge, skill, and confidence in pediatric housestaff. Our objective is to assess the utility of a training program utilizing a human patient simulator of an infant as a teaching tool for pediatric housestaff tra...

A Trial on the Effect of Simulation-based Diagnostic Abdominal Ultrasound Training

The investigators hypothesise that simulation-based training will have initial educational benefits and in coherence with the traditional apprenticeship model will heighten the educational end-level: That training on the simulator before clinical education will prepare the trainee for practice and thereby support more effective learning.

Implementation of Realistic Simulation as Patient Safety Improvement Method

Realistic simulation is an effective teaching strategy for the acquisition and retention of knowledge and increased self-confidence of students, which contribute to safety in performing nursing actions.Considering the need to adopt safe practices in health since professional training, there are deficiencies in health teaching and weaknesses in the acquisition of practical skills guided by safety principles and critical clinical reasoning. The purpose is to compare the use of hi...

P-INC: Project Incontinence- Effectiveness of Nursing Recommendations

The international literature emphasizes the vast benefits of the effective implementation of evidence based nursing recommendations in improving patient care processes and enhancing health outcomes. The key role of nurses in the prevention, treatment and care of incontinence is highlighted. Studies have shown that UI is a neglected nursing care problem in Austria e.g. regarding diagnosis and nursing interventions. Nursing recommendations may enhance the frequency of diagnosis, ...

Assessment of a Web-Based Simulation in Transesophageal Echocardiography (TEE) Views

Transesophageal echocardiography (TEE) is often used by anesthesiologists during cardiac surgery, as a monitoring tool in non-cardiac surgery, and as a point of care diagnostic tool in the intensive care unit (ICU). Furthermore, TEE is becoming a core skill in many specialties to facilitate focused cardiovascular assessment in hemodynamically compromised patients in various settings. Educators must determine how to best instruct current and future trainees to achieve clinical c...

High Fidelity Simulation and Sedation Training of Non-anesthesiologists Residents

Objective Sedation is a depression of consciousness varies between anxiolysis and general anesthesia. It is used to facilitate diagnostic tests and minor surgeries. Respiratory complication is the main side effect of the sedation. His Early diagnosis and adequate management prevent serious complications such as hypoxic brain damage or death. A development of a learning program of sedation is required. Simulation as a teaching tool has improved the clinical expertise of learners...

Effects of the in Situ Simulation to Competencies in Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation in the Nursing Team.

Introduction: In situ simulation is a methodology that meets the concept of permanent education, since it allows learning from the context of practice and in the work environment itself. Objective: to compare the development of skills (knowledge and skills) for CPR between groups submitted to different in situ simulation periodicities, and to identify the level of confidence to participate in a CPR. Method: A randomized controlled, non-blind study comparing 3 periodicit...

Effectiveness of High Fidelity Simulation for Safety in the Medication Process

Nursing plays an important role in the medication process in intensive care units. The application of active methodologies guided by the simulation strategy can help in the formation of qualified professionals and in the safer promotion of health care. The objectives to evaluate the effectiveness of the high fidelity simulation applied to nursing students in the process of administering drugs to critical patients in the intensive care setting; evaluate knowledge acquisition, sa...

Student 4 Best Evidence as a Tool to Improve Evidence-Based Practice Competencies

Objective. The aim of the study was to evaluate the effectiveness of an educational program, based on Students 4 Best Evidence (S4BE) Blog, on Evidence-Based Practice (EBP) competencies (attitudes, knowledge and skills) through an EBP laboratory, in undergraduate students of Physiotherapy. Design. An observational perspective study. Setting. Physiotherapy School of Italian University. Participants. 70 undergraduate physiotherapist students of the first year, of both gend...

Impact of a Simulation-based Training Curriculum of Non-technical Skills on Colonoscopy Performance

The investigators aim to test a curriculum of non-technical skills (NTS) training for simulation-based training of colonoscopy. There is no known literature to date on the optimal approach on how to teach NTS in endoscopy. The objectives are to evaluate a simulation-based curriculum to teach NTS, to explore the relationship between NTS and other domains of competency, and understand how NTS are acquired in endoscopic training.

Physicians in Training and Critical Care Nurses Performance in Medical Code Events: Effect of Simulation-Based Training

METHODS: Subjects: All internal medicine (IM), emergency medicine (EM), anesthesia (A), surgery (S) residents and all hospital ICU nurses (approximately 400 subjects) will be undergoing evaluation and training in CPR techniques according to their department training policy. Study Assessment Tool: An objective assessment tool has been developed and tested in medical code scenarios during training sessions recently done in the simulation lab. The tool has five dom...

Study Evaluating Impact of the Use of a Computer-based Tool on the Clinical Management of Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) Patients

The primary purpose of this study is to evaluate a computer-based tool on the clinical management of patients with rheumatoid arthritis in Spain.

High Fidelity Simulation vs Standard Teaching Training of Cardiac Resuscitation

High fidelity Simulation has spread from anesthesiology to other disciplines such as internal medicine, pediatrics, and emergency medicine . Over the past decade, the use of simulation in medical education has increased exponentially. The term ''simulation'' spans a wide variety of formats, from the low-tech actor portraying a standardized patient to high-fidelity mannequin-based human patient simulation (HPS). HPS is able of both simulating realistic patient encounters and giv...

Evaluation of a Simulation Based Workshop in an Anesthesia Residency Program

The study aim is to determine whether simulation based learning would improve senior anesthesiology residents' patient care performance during the insertion and management of cerebrospinal fluid drainage catheters when compared to interactive problem based learning (PBL) using the Anesthetist's Nontechnical Skills Global rating scale

Computer-based Intervention for Alcohol-using HIV/HCV+ Women

The study will harness the multidisciplinary expertise to adapt an effective alcohol reduction computer-based intervention, called CBT4CBT, to enhance its appropriateness for HIV/HCV co-infected women and evaluate its efficacy. The intervention, if effective, may be an efficient and cost-effective alcohol reduction strategy, that is scalable and can be readily disseminated and integrated in clinical care at other AIDS Centres in Russia to enhance women's health and reduce HIV/H...

Building a Novel Antibiotic Stewardship Intervention for Nursing Homes

The OASIS Collaborative is an organizational intervention aimed at reducing unnecessary antibiotic use in skilled nursing facilities. The first target of intervention is the tasks carried out by nursing staff after a change in condition and after an antibiotic prescription is initiated. The second target are the management staff who provide feedback to staff. The third target are the administrators who identify and overcome organizational barriers to implementation. In t...

Just-in-time Training for Teaching Neonatal Endotracheal Intubation

This study compares the use of simulation-based just-in-time training to video training in learning neonatal endotracheal intubation. Half of the participants will be trained using simulation-based just-in-time training and the other half using video training. The hypothesis are Primary hypothesis: In the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, use of simulation-based just-in-time training, compared to video training, will increase the rate of successful clinical endotracheal in...

An In-home Study of Brain Computer Interfaces

The investigators are developing a tool to help people who are severely paralyzed. This tool is called a brain-computer interface (BCI). BCIs can connect to computers or other electronic devices. This study allows a person with ALS to communicate, control their wheelchair tilt and perform other tasks using a BCI, thus increasing their independence.

French Survey About Student's Sleep Perturbations Before Simulation Session.

High fidelity simulation provide educational skills but the simulation of critical events could eventually provide anxiety among participants. The anxiety could raise before the simulation session and affect the perceived quality of sleep the night prior to the simulation session. The lack of sleep would eventually affect both participation and memorization during the simulation session. The investigators would like to investigate with a survey how much participants had their ...

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