Dr. Susan Gross Forneris, PhD, RN, CNE, CHSE
A New nurses require well-developed clinical reasoning skills in order to deliver safe, effective, and compassionate care. Preparing students for practice demands that academic and practice-based ...Read the rest of this news post
In case you missed it, the NLN released the September/October2016 issue of its peer-reviewed research journal, Nursing Education Perspectives, with a focus on the latest innovations in the use of simulation and technology in nursing education. The featured guest editorial highlights simulation educators Drs. Susan Gross Forneris and Mary Fey with a focus on the connections between debriefing and good teaching. Read their comments entitled: Critical Conversations: The NLN Guide to Teaching Thinking.
Nursing Education Perspectives, Vo. 37, Number 5
Featured CourseBeyond Basic Debriefing
This course was designed to challenge educators to expand debriefing skills beyond the basics. Educators are being continuously tasked with modifying what and how they teach to facilitate students in acquiring the knowledge, skills, and attitudes essential to be safe, competent practitioners in the ever-fluctuating health care environment. The course will include: content on briefing as a component of the debriefing process; simulation activities where debriefing may expand participant outcomes; and different debriefing techniques, which may be combined, to increase participant competencies. Educators will develop a debriefing quality improvement plan.
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