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Simulation is an essential tool in academic and clinical settings, but technology changes quickly, and faculty, students, and clinicians need to know how to respond. Understanding simulation scenarios and environments is critical when designing and implementing effective programs for interdisciplinary learners. In this fully revised second edition of Mastering Simulation, nationally known experts Janice Palaganas, Beth Ulrich, and Beth Mancini guide students and practitioners in developing clinical competencies and provide a solid foundation for improving patient outcomes.
This fully revised new edition covers:
- Creating simulation scenarios and improving learner performance
- Designing program evaluations and managing risk and quality improvement
- Developing interprofessional programs and designing research using simulation
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Table of Contents
- Chapter 1: Foundations of Simulation
- Chapter 2: Developing Clinical Competence and Confidence
- Chapter 3: Creating an Effective Simulation Environment
- Chapter 4: Creating Effective, Evidence-Based Scenarios
- Chapter 5: Key Concepts in Simulation: Debriefing and Reflective Practice
- Chapter 6: Evaluating Simulation Effectiveness
- Chapter 7: Simulation as a Continuous Learning System
- Chapter 8: Using Simulation with Specific Learner Populations
- Chapter 9: Using Simulation for Interprofessional Education and Practice
- Chapter 10: Using Simulation in Academic Environments to Improve Learner Performance
- Chapter 11: Using Simulation in Hospitals and Healthcare Systems to Improve Outcomes
- Chapter 12: Using Simulation for Risk Management and Quality Improvement
- Chapter 13: Using Simulation for Research
- Chapter 14: Defining Roles and Building a Career in Simulation
- Chapter 15: Credentialing and Certification in Simulation
- Chapter 16: Designing Simulation Centers for Health Education
- Chapter 17: The Future of Simulation in Healthcare
Praise for: Mastering Simulation 2nd Edition
“The first edition of Mastering Simulation contained all the essentials, but since its publication in 2014, there have been phenomenal advancements in both the art and science of simulation. The second edition’s editors and authors capture those changes, describe current best practices, and again provide an essential reference for ‘mastering simulation.’ Perfect timing and a ‘masterful’ job!”
—Mary Anne Rizzolo, EdD, RN, FAAN, ANEF, FSSH Consultant, National League for Nursing
“These renowned editors have thought of everything! From novice to expert simulationists, there is something for everyone. This book takes the reader through the various stages of simulation design and application, with considerations for both academic and clinical environments. The chapters on research, operations, and career building round out an already exceptional book. If you are involved in simulation, you must have this book on your shelf.”
–Nicole Harder, PhD, RN, CHSE, CCSNE Assistant Professor, College of Nursing Mindermar Professor in Human Simulation, Rady Faculty of Health Sciences Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada Editor-in-Chief, Clinical Simulation in Nursing
About the Authors
Janice C. Palaganas, PhD, RN, NP, ANEF, FAAN, FSSH, is Director of Educational Innovation and Development for the Center for Medical Simulation at Harvard Medical School. She is also an Associate Professor and Associate Director of the PhD Health Profession Programs at Massachusetts General Hospital Institute of Health Professions.
Beth Tamplet Ulrich, EdD, RN, FACHE, FAONL, FAAN, is a Professor at the Cizik School of Nursing at the University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston. A nationally recognized thought leader, she is known for her research in nursing work environments and experiences of new graduate nurses as they transition to the workforce.
Mary E. (Beth) Mancini, PhD, RN, NE-BC, FAHA, FSSH, ANEF, FAAN, is a Professor and Senior Associate Dean for Education Innovation at the University of Texas at Arlington College of Nursing and Health Innovation. She is internationally recognized for her groundbreaking work in simulation and in high-quality, accelerated online education.