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Specializes in med surg. Has 15 years experience.

I have to do my first simulation scenario with a group tomorrow. I was thinking of doing something simple like a transfusion reaction. Any ideas or thoughts on how to do this and remain calm. My anxiety level is pretty high.

Whispera, MSN, RN

Specializes in psych, addictions, hospice, education.

I think to jump into a simulation without lots of time to get it ready is a huge expectation. My school has two people who are in charge of simulations and they work on each simulation for long periods of time!

Since you've already done it, I hope it went well for you!

organichombre, ADN, BSN, MSN, LPN, RN

Specializes in critical care, med/surg. Has 35 years experience.

I agree with the above comment. Depending on what level of simulation you are doing, preparation is key and it does take a lot of work.

SRDAVIS

Specializes in Tele, Stepdown, Med/Surg, education. Has 10 years experience.

I need help writing simulation, it is very hard. we just got a Sim man but I'm a little intimidated.

HOPEforRNs, ADN, BSN, MSN

Specializes in Education, Skills & Simulation, Med/Surg, Pharm. Has 12 years experience.

Feel free to PM me with simulation questions. I design and run them as my job and I have presented at several conferences with our work in simulation! :)

We have METIman, Sim Man, ECS, and Lucina. You can also do a TON with live patient actors.