NLN Advanced Simulation Workshop - St. Louis, March 5 & 6, 2010


nln advanced simulation workshop - the goldfarb school of nursing at barnes-jewish college

st. louis, missouri

march 5 & 6, 2010


this workshop is intended for those who have implemented basic simulation scenarios and wish to develop advanced skills. during this 9 hour workshop you will learn how to analyze your own curriculum for concepts and threads, then integrate those concepts and threads into simulations throughout the curriculum. faculty will also discuss the design of simulations that provide experience with delegation, care of multiple patients, and functioning as part of a multidisciplinary team. advanced debriefing techniques will be covered, along with the use of standardized patients and objective structured clinical examinations (osce).

workshop objectives

  • identify concepts and threads in your curriculum
  • plan simulations that incorporate curricular concepts and threads
  • design a simulation that focuses on delegation and care of multiple patients
  • design an interdisciplinary simulation
  • discuss the challenges and solutions for conducting a simulation outside of the simulation center (e.g. classrooms, in situ, online, etc.)
  • discuss different scheduling approaches when integrating simulations into your nursing clinical courses
  • describe the use of standardized patients and an objective structured clinical examination (osce) to evaluate nursing skills, knowledge, and decision making
  • restate debriefing's essential place in a simulated experience
  • implement techniques and models specific to advanced skills in debriefing.

this workshop addresses the following core competencies for nurse educators©. 1, 2, & 3

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