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Five Simulation Strategies for the Staff Development Nurse: Tailoring Simulation to Meet the Needs of Learners

featuring Jeanne Carey, MEd, RN, CHSE

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Are you looking for new ways to deliver educational content to your staff? Simulation offers a range of activities that can be tailored to meet the needs of your learners. Five strategies – active listening, role-playing, shadowing experts, virtual sim, and high-fidelity simulation – will be presented, along with suggestions for adapting these activities for a range of learners in a variety of clinical settings.
  • Identify five simulation strategies for meeting the educational needs of nurses in various clinical settings.
  • Discuss ways the educator can modify these activities to meet the needs of their learners and reflect their specific practice setting.

Jeanne Carey, MEd, RN, CHSE

Jeanne_Carey_MEd_RN_CHSEJeanne Carey is the director of simulation at Baylor University Louise Herrington School of Nursing in Dallas, TX. She is a certified simulation educator with experience in all aspects of simulation, including the development & implementation of new simulation-based activities, training of simulation facilitators, and recruitment & management of standardized patient (SP) volunteers.

Jeanne and her team created a new method of role assignment in simulation. The Two-Heads-are-Better-than-One (2HeadsR >1™) strategy has two students assume the role of one nurse and utilize the think aloud process to discuss and ultimately determine the plan of care for their simulated patient. This innovative approach provides educators a unique perspective for assessing students’ critical thinking and clinical decision-making skills. Students gain an appreciation for the role of collaboration and teamwork in providing safe patient care.
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