2 edition of Clinical Simulations In Nursing 1 4 Unit Set (PSYCHIATRIC NURSING SERIES) found in the catalog.
Clinical Simulations In Nursing 1 4 Unit Set (PSYCHIATRIC NURSING SERIES)
by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Written in English
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Aimed at reducing the time requirements to develop a reviewed and high-fidelity simulation scenario, Real Nursing Simulations is a print product of 25 complete simulation simulation scenario contains learning objectives, patient data, information to run the scenario, debriefing questions and facilitation techniques and instructions for set up of each of the patient Format: Paperback.
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It provides a strategy for implementing simulation use across a 4-semester nursing curriculum. The 90 clinical simulations include objectives, pre-scenario questions, evidence-based references, and by: Some are context specific, such as performance in an operating room, 33 during neonatal resuscitation, 34 during simulated obstetrical emergencies, 35 and in response to intimate partner violence, 36 while other instruments can be used to assess performance in general clinical simulations or practice.
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