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Using Moodle to Facilitate Simulations for Rural Nursing Professionals<br />Presented by: Lydia K. Warth M.Ed.<br />Idaho ...
Acknowledgements<br />Debra Reiland<br />RN<br />Clinical Assistant Professor<br />Team Leader<br />Nancy Renn, PhD<br />R...
Redesign/development of in-person simulation<br />What are simulations used for?<br />How was this simulation setup?<br />...
Practice in a controlled environment<br />Facilitate exposure to specific situations<br />Our simulation<br />Focuses on l...
Roles<br />5 nursing roles<br />Charge Nurse<br />RN1<br />RN2/Nurse Educator<br />LPN<br />CNA/ward clerk<br />Observers<...
Mr. Jones
Right Total -Knee
Ms. Walsh
DKA
Mrs. Rodgriguez
Chest Pain
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Using moodle to facilitate simulations for rural nursing(1)

  1. 1. Using Moodle to Facilitate Simulations for Rural Nursing Professionals<br />Presented by: Lydia K. Warth M.Ed.<br />Idaho State University – Instructional Technologist<br />
  2. 2. Acknowledgements<br />Debra Reiland<br />RN<br />Clinical Assistant Professor<br />Team Leader<br />Nancy Renn, PhD<br />RN<br />Clinical Assistant Professor<br />Mary Ovitt<br />RN<br />Clinical Assistant Professor<br />Deana Molinari, PhD<br />RN<br />Associate Professor<br />Director of OPD Project<br />Darren Gonzol<br />IT Support Technician – School of Nursing<br />Tamara Hollinger-forest<br />RN<br />OPD Project Coordinator<br />
  3. 3. Redesign/development of in-person simulation<br />What are simulations used for?<br />How was this simulation setup?<br />How did we use Moodle to facilitate the simulation?<br />Online simulation<br />How did we adapt the simulation for use online? <br />What tools were used to facilitate the online experience?<br />Electronic Health Record<br />Customized online charting tool.<br />Overview<br />
  4. 4. Practice in a controlled environment<br />Facilitate exposure to specific situations<br />Our simulation<br />Focuses on leadership and team building skills<br />Each student is assigned a nursing role<br />Must work as a team to get through the scenario<br />Reality-based Scenario Simulations<br />
  5. 5. Roles<br />5 nursing roles<br />Charge Nurse<br />RN1<br />RN2/Nurse Educator<br />LPN<br />CNA/ward clerk<br />Observers<br />Family members<br />Doctor – not on site.<br />Environment<br />6 bed medical-surgical unit at a rural hospital<br />7:30am to 11:30 am shift<br />Major scripted events occur about every 20 minutes.<br />Simulation Setup<br /><ul><li>Patients
  6. 6. Mr. Jones
  7. 7. Right Total -Knee
  8. 8. Ms. Walsh
  9. 9. DKA
  10. 10. Mrs. Rodgriguez
  11. 11. Chest Pain
  12. 12. Mrs. Harding
  13. 13. UTI
  14. 14. Mrs. Jamison
  15. 15. End-Stage Ischemic Cardiomyopathy</li></li></ul><li>Used Moodle to disseminate information.<br />Created an online charting tool using Google forms.<br />Used Feedback tool to collect student responses.<br />Modifications and improvements made based on responses.<br />“This simulation was the best <br />simulation I have been involved with so far. It was very organized. There was so much information available on each patient. I like that there was actual lab values, ECG, orders. This simulation was <br />more like real life than any previous simulation.” – student comment Nov. 2010<br />In-person Simulation<br />Simulation Course<br />Physical Assessment – charting tool<br />
  16. 16. Challenges<br />Availability – Effectiveness<br />Communication<br />Realistic experience<br />Student technological proficiency<br />Solutions<br />Using a variety of tools.<br />Using an online meeting tool (WebEx) and Moodle forums.<br />Using video clips and synchronous tools.<br />Preparatory information – including step-by-step instructions and multiple ways to ask questions.<br />Moving Online<br />
  17. 17. Same Scenario<br />Only had 4 patients<br />WebEx Live Meeting<br />Communication with students<br />Posting “chaos” videos<br />Used Moodle<br />Team communication<br />Nurse/patient interaction <br />Contact doctor<br />Online Simulation<br />Online Simulation Course<br />Assessment Video - sample<br />Crisis Video - sample<br />Chaos Video (WebEx) - sample<br />
  18. 18. Positives<br />It Worked!!<br />Students were able to practice desired skills.<br />Outcomes similar to outcomes of in-person simulations<br />Feelings of stress and frustration<br />Strong leaders would shine<br />Chaos and patient care<br />Care priorities<br />Realistic Experience<br />Negatives<br />More time required<br />More personnel required<br />Students needed to be on their own computers.<br />Lack of preparation<br />Slow response time<br />Communication limitations<br />Online Simulation Results<br />
  19. 19. Electronic Health Record<br /><ul><li>Patient Information
  20. 20. Neurologic
  21. 21. Respiratory
  22. 22. Breathing Sounds
  23. 23. Chest Tubes
  24. 24. Cardiac/Vascular
  25. 25. GI
  26. 26. GU
  27. 27. OB/GYN
  28. 28. Eyes, Ears, Nose & Throat
  29. 29. Musculoskeletal
  30. 30. Personal Care, Sleep & Safety
  31. 31. Skin
  32. 32. Surgical
  33. 33. Pain
  34. 34. IV</li></ul>EHR – charting tool<br />
  35. 35. Thank you<br />Any questions?<br />Lydia Warth<br />wartlydi@isu.edu<br />

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