Simulation Scenarios for Nursing Educators, Third Edition

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Simulation Scenarios for Nursing Educators, Third Edition

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Author: Suzanne Campbell PhD, RN, WHNP-BC, IBCLC, Karen Daley PhD, RN

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When employed as a substitute for real clinical time, simulation scenarios have proven effective in bridging the gap between theory and practice. This acclaimed text for nursing faculty provides detailed, step-by-step guidance on all aspects of clinical simulation. Appropriate for all levels of nursing students, from pre-licensure to doctoral level, the book contains the authors’ own advice and experiences working in simulation around the globe.

For the third edition, 20 new scenarios have been added, and all scenarios have been updated to adhere to best-practice simulation standards for design, facilitator and participant criteria, interprofessional criteria, and debriefing processes. Scenarios are presented in a structured format that includes objectives, pre-scenario checklists, implementation plans, evaluation criteria, debriefing guidelines, and recommendations for further use. A template for creating scenarios spans the text and includes student preparation materials, forms to enhance the realness of the scenario, and checklists for practice assessment and evaluation.

This comprehensive resource covers geriatric, pediatric, trauma, obstetric, and community-based patient scenarios. This revised edition includes scenarios easily adaptable to an instructor’s own lab, an international perspective, and a section on graduate nursing education.

New to the Third Edition:

  • 20 brand new scenarios in anesthesia, midwifery, pediatric, disaster, and other specialty-focused situations, plus five new chapters
  • Updated to encompass new simulation pedagogy including best-practice standards
  • New scenarios easily adapted to an instructor’s own lab
  • Interprofessional and international scenarios focused on areas of global concern: obstetric hemorrhage, neonatal hypoglycemia, and deteriorating patients

Key Features:

  • Includes information on how to integrate simulation into curricula
  • Addresses conceptual and theoretical foundations of simulation in nursing education, including an expanded chapter on the Framework for Simulation Learning in Nursing Education
  • Includes a wide variety of practical scenarios in ready-to-use format with instructions
  • Provides a template for scenario development
  • Delivers recommendations for integration of point-of-care decision-making tools
  • Offers opportunities for enhancing complexity and incorporating interprofessional competencies

Product Details 

  • Publication Date October 26, 2017
  • Page Count 600
  • Product Form Paperback / softback
  • ISBN 13 9780826119360

Table of Contents 

Contributors

Foreword Pamela R. Jeffries, PhD, RN, FAAN, ANEF

Preface

Acknowledgments

PART I: SETTING THE FOUNDATION FOR SIMULATION

1. Simulation-Focused Pedagogy for Nursing Education

Suzanne Hetzel Campbell and Karen M. Daley

2. Framework for Simulation Learning in Nursing Education

Karen M. Daley and Suzanne Hetzel Campbell

3. Integrating Simulation-Focused Pedagogy Into Curriculum

Karen M. Daley and Suzanne Hetzel Campbell

4. Teaching and Evaluating Therapeutic Communication in Simulated Scenarios

Suzanne Hetzel Campbell, Natalia Del Angelo Aredes, and Ranjit K. Dhari

5. Innovative Approaches to Simulation-Based Faculty Development

Suzanne Hetzel Campbell, Maura MacPhee, and Maureen M. Ryan

6. Building and Maintaining a Learning Resource Center

Karen M. Daley, Suzanne Hetzel Campbell, Diana R. Mager, and Cathryn Jackson

7. Lights, Camera, Action! The Process of Evaluating, Acquiring, and Implementing an Audiovisual Capturing Solution to Enhance Learning

Colleen H. Meakim and Leland J. Rockstraw

8. Integration of Disability in Nursing Education With Standardized Patients

Suzanne C. Smeltzer, Bette Mariani, and Colleen H. Meakim

9. IV Simulation Curriculum Development

Shannon Krolikowski

PART II: INNOVATIVE NURSING SCENARIOS IN DIVERSE SETTINGS FOR DIVERSE STUDENTS

A. Specialty Undergraduate Nursing: Medical–Surgical

10. Tune Into Simulation Through Physical Examination Using Your Five Senses

Catherine Napoli Rice and Carolynn Spera Bruno

11. Postoperative Care Following Appendectomy

Diana R. Mager and Jean W. Lange

12. Medical–Surgical Skill-Based Scenarios

Karen M. Daley

13. Acute Management of Respiratory Distress in the Adult Patient

Monica P. Sousa and Linda H. Warren

14. Trauma Resuscitation

Carolynn Spera Bruno and Catherine Napoli Rice

15. Advanced Cardiac Life Support

Sek-ying Chair and Ka-ming Chow

16. The Use of Simulation in the Recognition and Response of the Rapidly Deteriorating Patient

Sandra Goldsworthy

17. Medication Administration

Kellie Bryant and Beth Latimer

B. Specialty Undergraduate Nursing: Obstetrics and Pediatrics

18. Obstetric Emergency: Postpartum Hemorrhage

Suzanne Hetzel Campbell and Wendy A. Hall

19. Perinatal Grief: Threatened Spontaneous Abortion

Joan Esper Kuhnly and Meredith Dodge

20. High-Risk Infant of a Diabetic Mother: Hypoglycemia

Suzanne Hetzel Campbell, Natalia Del Angelo Aredes, Luciana Mara Monti Fonseca, and Julie de Salaberry

21. Pediatric Nursing Care Clinical Simulation Scenarios for Prelicensure Students

Mary Ann Cantrell, Colleen H. Meakim, and Kathryn M. Reynolds

22. Preparing Prelicensure Nursing Students for Clinical Practice in Pediatric Acute Care Settings and Interprofessional In Situ Simulation

Maureen M. Ryan and Melissa Holland

23. Developmental Assessment and Communication With Pediatric Patients and Their Families

Lee-Anne Stephen and Anne Kent

C. Specialty Undergraduate Nursing: Older Adults

24. Care of an Older Adult With Congestive Heart Failure

Alison Kris

25. The Older Adult in an ICU With Acute Respiratory Failure: Critical Care Nursing Senior-Year Elective

Sheila C. Grossman

26. Communication With an Elderly Client

Lillian A. Rafeldt, Heather Jane Bader, and Suzanne Turner

D. Specialty Undergraduate Nursing: Other Themes—Cultural Humility, QSEN, and Mental Health

27. Discharge Teaching for an Immigrant Woman With Congestive Heart Failure and Atrial Fibrillation

Mary Ann Cordeau and Leonie Rose Bovino

28. End-of-Life Scenario With Limited-English-Proficiency Patients

Desiree A. Díaz and Lynn Allchin

29. QSEN CAROUSEL for First-Year Nursing Students

Lillian A. Rafeldt

30. Assessing a Patient With a Mood Disorder

Audrey M. Beauvais and Joyce M. Shea

E. Advanced Practice Nurse Practitioners: FNP, CRNA, PsychMHNP, and DNP

31. Diabetes Management: Nurse Practitioners

Kellie Bryant

32. Assessment and Differential Diagnosis of the Patient Presenting With Chest Pain

Nancy A. Moriber

33. Abdominal Pain in a Woman of Childbearing Age: A Trauma-Informed Care Approach

Suzanne Hetzel Campbell and Jenna A. LoGiudice

34. Primary Care Patients With Gastrointestinal Problems: Graduate Program Advanced Physiology and Pathophysiology

Sheila C. Grossman

35. Using Simulation to Enhance Emotional Intelligence in Nurse Anesthesia Students

Nancy A. Moriber and Audrey M. Beauvais

36. Critical Care/Adult Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner: Aortic Emergencies

Joshua Squiers and Rose Milano

PART III: INTERDISCIPLINARY AND INTERPROFESSIONAL SCENARIOS

37. Placental Abruption After Motor Vehicle Accident: An Interprofessional Simulation

Jenna A. LoGiudice and Anka Roberto

38. Interprofessional End-of-Life Care of a Teenager

Mary Ann Cordeau, Darlene Rogers, Dennis J. Brown, Barbara Glynn, Margaret B. Gray, Tania Grgurich, Jennifer L. Herbst, Christine Kasinskas, Meghan A. Lewis, Laura Mutrie, Karen M. Myrick, and Tracy Van Oss

39. Interdisciplinary Education in Simulation: Bridging the Gap Between Academic and Career Competencies

Maureen M. Ryan, Anna Macdonald, Brian Farrell, and Darin Abbey

40. Cardiovascular Resuscitation: Code Simulation for Health Care Students

Gloria Brummer

41. Multiple Patient Medical–Surgical Scenario

Kathleen A. Gordon and Mary S. Cook

42. SIMCamp: Trauma Simulation, Rapid-Cycle Deliberate Practice Team Training

Kimberly Bilskey and Leslie Catron

43. Teaching Quality, Safety, and Process Improvement Through Root Cause Analysis Simulation

Jared M. Kutzin

44. Student-Generated Scenarios for Senior Simulation Day

Karen M. Daley and Robin S. Goodrich

45. Assessing for Elder Abuse: The Importance of Interprofessional Collaboration

Lee-Anne Stephen, Dawna Williams, and Pamela Causton

46. Post-Concussion Syndrome

Doris French, Andrew Booth, Michael J. Shoemaker, Jeanine Beasley, Geraldine Jacobus Terry, Margaret Devoest, Samantha Scanlon, and Philip Van Lente

47. Integrating Telehealth in a Simulated Multidisciplinary Rural Health Simulation

Rebecca J. Ventura

48. Interprofessional Team Simulation: Pediatric Rapid Sequence Intubation in Respiratory Failure Due to Severe Bronchiolitis

Jeff Bishop, Maureen M. Ryan, Melissa Holland, and Emma Carrick

49. Prevention and Management of Operating Room Fires

Nancy A. Moriber

50. Teaching and Learning Experiences on Safe Patient Transfers by Occupational Therapy and Nursing Students

Sharon R. Flinn and Julie L. Polanic

51. Professional Integrity in Interdisciplinary Simulation: Creating Workforce Relationships in Occupational Therapy and Nursing

Theresa L. Leto

52. Interprofessional Disaster Simulation

Doris French, Andrew Booth, Michael J. Shoemaker, Margaret Devoest, Jeanine Beasley, and Julie A. Bulson

PART IV: THE SIMULATION JOURNEY CONTINUES

53. Learning to Write Like a Nurse in Clinical Simulations

Lillian Campbell

54. How to Assess Our Own Expertise: Certification and Accreditation

Leland J. Rockstraw, Rita M. Coggins, Carol R. Sando, and Jared M. Kutzin

55. Publishing Your Simulation Work

Suzan Kardong-Edgren

56. Final Words of Wisdom on Simulation

Suzanne Hetzel Campbell and Karen M. Daley

Index