Pediatric Simulation in the Hospital Setting: Providing a Pinnacle Experience to Nursing Students

Track: 60 Minute Podium

Session Number: 704
Date: Sat, Apr 7th, 2018
Time: 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Description:

Broussard, L., Myers, R., Lemoine, J. (2009) Preparing pediatric nurses: The role of simulation-based learning. Issues in Comprehensive Pediatric Nursing 32(1), 4-15. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/01460860802610178
Cant, R. P., Cooper, S. J. (2016) Use of simulation-based learning in undergraduate nurse education: An umbrella systematic review. Nurse Education Today, 49, 63-71.
Cummings, C. L., Connelly, L. K. (2016) Can nursing students’ confidence levels increase with repeated simulation activities? Nurse Education Today, 36, 419-421
Lubbers, J., Rossman, C. (2016) The effects of pediatric community simulation experience on the self-confidence and satisfaction of baccalaureate nursing students: A quasi-experimental study. Nurse Education Today, 39, 93-98
Victor, J., Ruppert, W., Ballasy, S. (2017) Examining the relationships between clinical judgment, simulation performance, and clinical performance. Nurse Educator 00(0), 00-00
Session Type: Education

Session Description: “What if I do something wrong or hurt them?” This question is often heard as nursing students enter their pediatric clinicals. This presentation explores a collaboration with our hospital simulation center to create a pediatric hospital-based simulation to increase clinical judgment and comfort of BSN students during their pediatric clinical.
Primary Presenter Bio: Brandi has thirteen years of pediatric nursing experience and an MSN with a focus on education. She began working full time for Children’s Mercy in 2009 as a med-surg pediatric nurse and has spent the past seven years as a hospital-based clinical instructor. In this role she has become passionate about the role of simulation in nursing education. She and her team have been actively involved in bringing the simulation experience to the clinical site allowing students hands-on practice with pediatric assessments and interventions using the facility’s state of the art simulation center.
Primary Presenter Institution: Children's Mercy Kansas City
Presenter 2 Institution: Children's Mercy Kansas City
Presenter 2 Bio: Camie is a hospital-based clinical instructor at Children’s Mercy, where she started her career in 2006 as a Med/Surg and PACU nurse. Camie obtained her MSN and MBA in 2012 and has since focused her passions towards the improvement of clinical education of nursing students.
Presenter 3 Institution: Children's Mercy Kansas City
Session Type: Education

Session Description: “What if I do something wrong or hurt them?” This question is often heard as nursing students enter their pediatric clinicals. This presentation explores a collaboration with our hospital simulation center to create a pediatric hospital-based simulation to increase clinical judgment and comfort of BSN students during their pediatric clinical.
Primary Presenter Bio: Brandi has thirteen years of pediatric nursing experience and an MSN with a focus on education. She began working full time for Children’s Mercy in 2009 as a med-surg pediatric nurse and has spent the past seven years as a hospital-based clinical instructor. In this role she has become passionate about the role of simulation in nursing education. She and her team have been actively involved in bringing the simulation experience to the clinical site allowing students hands-on practice with pediatric assessments and interventions using the facility’s state of the art simulation center.
Primary Presenter Institution: Children's Mercy Kansas City
Presenter 2 Institution: Children's Mercy Kansas City
Presenter 2 Bio: Camie is a hospital-based clinical instructor at Children’s Mercy, where she started her career in 2006 as a Med/Surg and PACU nurse. Camie obtained her MSN and MBA in 2012 and has since focused her passions towards the improvement of clinical education of nursing students.
Presenter 3 Institution: Children's Mercy Kansas City