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Supporting Simulation-Based Training with Curriculum Development

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Presented by Diane Lewis and Gary Guldin at Initiatives and Opportunities in Economic and …

Presented by Diane Lewis and Gary Guldin at Initiatives and Opportunities in Economic and
Workforce Development at Penn State University, State College, Pennsylvania, May 1, 2007

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  • 1. Supporting Simulation-Based Training with Curriculum Development
    • Diane Lewis, Gary Guldin
    • Penn State Lehigh Valley
  • 2. Simulation based training…
    • Interaction between an instructor, human colleagues, medical equipment, and “plastic people”
    • Laerdal Nursing Kelly Manikin ®
  • 3. Our Goal:
    • To create tools in which institutions using simulation-based training could readily access curriculum and case studies in order to enhance the clinical practice of their students.
  • 4. Objectives
    • Create 30 case studies, relevant to the Practical Nursing Curriculum
    • Deliver simulation based training to current students
    • Create a “user manual” for instructors using the Laerdal Nursing Kelly Manikin ® and case studies
    • Design and deliver a “Train the Trainer” curriculum for clinical instructors using simulated technology
    • Develop competency check list for qualify instructors to properly use simulator technology
  • 5. Integration into existing curriculum
    • Can be used at all levels of clinical training
    • Can be used for review
    • Independent study by the student
    • Benefits of using simulated training
    • Examples of case studies
  • 6. Opportunities….
    • Sustainability through innovative “Train the Trainer” programming
    • Continued exposure to leaders in Healthcare Education community
    • Partnership in collaborative Simulator Lab
    • Increased competency of PN Program students
  • 7. Questions?
  • 8.