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Nursing students as co-producers of simulation

Hawker, C. ORCID:, Santos, A., Davies, L., Manning, S., Munro, C. and Jenkins, S. 2016. Nursing students as co-producers of simulation. Presented at: CAE 10th Annual Simulation in Nursing, Midwifery & Allied Health Conference, Oxford Brookes University, 28-29 June 2016. -.

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There is growing emphasis on engaging students as partners in the co-production of higher education (Kay et al 2010, Hill et al 2014). Little attention has been given to the co-production of simulation with nursing students and the impact of this upon learning in comparison to other approaches (Piscotty TRANSFORMING PATIENT SAFETY: INTEGRATING SIMULATION SOLUTIONSUK SIMULATION IN NURSING EDUCATION CONFERENCE2016Follow Us on#HPSNUK16ABSTRACTS2011 Valler-Jones 2014).This paper describes the progress of a pilot project developed to co-produce a simulation with third year adult nursing students. The remit of the simulation was to help consolidate practice and ease the transition from nursing student to qualified nurse. Adult nursing students were approached and invited to volunteer to participate in the pilot project. Students were briefed to ensure they met the learn-ing outcomes for the module and given a structured template to design patient scenarios that would be used as part of a simulated assessment unit shift. Students were asked to design eight complex management scenarios, 4 medical and 4 surgi-cal. The benefits and challenges of co-producing simulation will be discussed. Future plans for evaluation and further research in this area will also be outlined.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Status: Unpublished
Schools: Healthcare Sciences
Last Modified: 11 Mar 2023 02:05

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