Nursing Lunchtime Scholar Series on "Effect of Simulation Recording on Evaluation during Debriefing"

The College of Nursing welcomes faculty, Terry Cicero, MN, RN, CCRN, and Anita Mikasa, MN, RN, for a brown bag presentation of their recent research on the use of simulation in nursing education. The use of human patient simulators has demonstrated enhanced and accelerated mastery of the nursing process, critical thinking, psychomotor skills and collaborative team building for student nurses. The goal of this project was to determine if the use of video recording with play-back during debriefing of clinical experiences augments student evaluation of the simulation and enhances their ability to identify strengths and areas for growth. This research provides preliminary data to support the value of video playback in student self evaluation of critical thinking skills. This project was funded through a competitive professional development program offered internally by the College of Nursing with the generous support of the Sinegal Initiative for Nursing Education.

CONTACT: Beth Branchaw.

DATE OF EVENT: Friday, Nov. 30
EVENT TIME: 12:15-1:30 p.m.
EVENT LOCATION: Hunthausen 100

WEBSITE: www.seattleu.edu/nursing

AUDIENCE: Faculty , Staff , Students , Alumni

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