Simulation is an essential tool in academic and clinical settings, but technology changes quickly, and faculty, students, and clinicians need to know how to respond. Understanding simulation scenarios and environments is critical when designing and implementing effective programs for interdisciplinary learners.
In this fully revised second edition of Mastering Simulation, nationally known experts Janice Palaganas, Beth Ulrich, and Beth Mancini guide students and practitioners in developing clinical competencies and provide a solid foundation for improving patient outcomes.
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Table of Contents
||Foundations of Simulation
||Developing Clinical Competence and Confidence
||Creating an Effective Simulation Environment
||Creating Effective, Evidence-Based Scenarios
||Key Concepts in Simulation: Debriefing and Reflective Practice
||Evaluating Simulation Effectiveness
||Simulation as a Continuous Learning System
||Using Simulation With Specific Learner Populations
|Using Simulation for Interprofessional Education and Practice
||Using Simulation in Academic Environments to Improve Learner Performance
||Using Simulation in Hospitals and Healthcare Systems to Improve Outcomes
||Using Simulation for Risk Management and Quality Improvement
||Using Simulation for Research
||Defining Roles and Building A Career in Simulation
||Credentialing and Certification in Simulation
||Designing Simulation Centers for Health Education
||The Future of Simulation in Healthcare