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  • 1. SIMULATIONS Likhila abraham 1st year msc nursing
  • 2. Definition  It is a representation or model of an event, an object, or some phenomenon. A computerized model of a real or imagined system designed to teach how a certain system or a similar one works.(Dictionary .com)
  • 3. “Simulation “creates an environment resembling real life situation which help the student to practice and gain experience as in a real life situation so that they can practice confidently when they exposed to real life situation.(s. shankara narayanan)
  • 4. Purposes of simulations
  • 5. Types of simulations 1.Simulation exercises(eg.computer programmed problem solving,online test) 2.Simulation game.(computer games) 3.Role playing (a form of drama in which learners spontaneously act out roles in an interaction involving problem challenges in real life situation
  • 6. Simulations in nursing Simple models
  • 7. Simulated standard patient
  • 8. Computer screen based clinical simulator
  • 9. High tech procedural simulations
  • 10. Virtual reality simulations
  • 11. realistic High tech patient simulations
  • 12. Role of a teacher 1.Planning 2.Facilitating 3.debriefing
  • 13. Advantages of simulations 1.Establishes a system where theory and practice can be combined 2.Simulations requires active participants 3 no physical and psychological harm 4.Controlled setting where evaluation is successful 5.Motivates the students 6.Removal of student teacher polarization 7.Removal personal tension in teaching 8.Dynamic framework
  • 14. Disadvantages of simulation 1.Simulations cannot be made in all subjects of the curriculum 2.Simulations cannot be conveniently used in case of small children because mechanism is too complex them to follow 3.Simulations reduces the seriousness 4.Expensive 5.Time consuming
  • 15. Thank you