This course explores the theoretical, philosophical and essential elements of prebriefing and debriefing to help learners achieve outcomes that can translate into future practice. Participants will have the opportunity to explore how to craft a prebriefing that creates an ideal environment for experiential learning to occur and practice microskills that build the knowledge, skills, and abilities essential for theory-based debriefing methodologies used in simulation.
By the end of the session, participants will:
1. Develop a foundation to which simulation pedagogy can be applied as supported by best practice evidence and standards.
2. Explore the general structure and the elements that inform a successful prebrief.
3. Understand the theories that underpin simulation debriefing and make simulation a meaningful teaching learning tool.
4. Explore the general structure and the elements that inform a successful debriefing.
5. Examine the context phase of 3C's structure to build the KSA's needed to apply to most theory-based methodologies used in simulation.
6. Examine the content phase of 3C's structure to build the KSA's needed to apply to most theory-based methodologies used in simulation.
7. Examine the course phase of 3C's structure to build the KSA's needed to apply to most theory-based methodologies used in simulation.
The National League for Nursing (NLN) Simulation Innovation Resource Center (SIRC) presents a series of reimagined, virtual courses designed to offer professional development in simulation education. This course has been designed as a virtual, asynchronous, and self-paced experience. Learners have access to these courses for 1 year. Nursing education continues to evolve to meet the challenges learners face when developing their thinking skills and translating them into action, within the context of patient care. Simulation-based education consists of a wide collection of teaching strategies, underpinned by theory and evidence, that aim to support learners in their emergence as competent and caring clinicians. Developing, implementing and evaluating immersive and evidence-based simulation experiences for learners require that nurse educators develop a highly specialized skill set in the art and science of dialogue, teaching pedagogy and psychological safety.
Asynchronous, Online, On-Demand
1 Year/365 days
6 Contact Hours / 0.6 CEU's
Recommend 1 Hour Per Week
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