Techonology in Nursing EducationPresentation Transcript
Using Technology inNursing Education Informatics for Nurse Educators MNE 605 Roberts Wesleyan CollegeMary Attridge R.N. BSN, OCNKaren Green R.N. BSNSusan Stell R.N. BSN
objectivesAT THE CONCLUSION OF THIS PRESENTATION THELEARNER WILL:1. DISCUSS THE USE OF SIMULATION IN NURSINGEDUCATION.2. DISCUSS THE USE OF SMART BOARDS INNURSING EDUCATION.3. DISCUSS THE USE OF VIRTUAL FIELD TRIPS ANDVIRTUAL TOURS IN NURSING EDUCATION.4. DISCUSS THE ADVANTAGE OF THE USE OF THESETHREE TYPES OF TECHNOLOGY IN NURSINGEDUCATION.
Evolution of Simulation in Health CareHarvey CardiologySimmanSimbaby
High Fidelity Simulation A solution to preparing competent nurses to enter the workforceHospital-based simulation Nursing schools
Advantages of HPS in Nursing Protects patients Prevent harmful mistakesEnsures patientand student safety Debriefing enables constructive feedback
Student-Centered Learning• Collaboration• Communication• Standardized curriculum• Minimizes variances to learning
Interactive learning in today’s classroom
Smart boards allows the application of various tools to benefit active learning in the classroom
Smart Boards support nursing education through Distance Learning Multiple Intelligences Tactile Learners Audio / Visual Learners Group Interaction
VIRTUALTOURS DEFINITIONA VIRTUAL TOUR IS ASIMULATION OF ALOCATION OREXPERIENCE.
ADVANTAGES OF VIRTUAL TOURS INTHE NURSING CLASSROOM 1. The class can go any where in the world without leaving the classroom. 2. The student can experience a situation or diagnosis they may never come across in clinical. 3. The student can have the full experience from beginning to end and not be limited to clinical time 4. Allows access to more students then a clinical situation would permit 5. Study and training tool 6. Help prepare students for their clinical experiences
VIRTUAL REALITIES SECOND LIFE AVATARS
AN EXAMPLE OF A VIRTUAL TOUR
Using Technology inNursing Educationsupports facultydevelopment throughtechnology to educatestudents for 21stcentury healthcarepractice to help themgrow into competentnurses.
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