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Name:

Marian Luctkar-Flude, RN, BScN, MScN, PhD (student)

Education:

Queen's University, Kingston ON, Canada, 2010 beginning PhD studies in Rehabilitation Science

University of Ottawa, Ottawa, ON, Canada, 2007, MScN

St. Lawrence College, Kingston ON, Canada, 2000, Critical Care Nursing Diploma

University of Ottawa, Ottawa, ON, Canada 1986, BScN

Current Employer/Affiliation:

Adjunct Professor, Nursing Lab Coordinator
Queen's University, School of Nursing
92 Barrie Street, Kingston ON, Canada, K7L3N6

Contact Information:

mfl1@queensu.ca

613-533-6000, Ext. 77383

Published Research:

Luctkar-Flude, M., Pulling, C., & Larocque, M. (in press). Ending infusion confusion: Evaluating a virtual intravenous pump educational module. Clinical Simulation in Nursing.

Current Research Interests:

I was the coordinator for a large interprofessional simulation research project:

      Enhancing patient welfare: Interprofessional health education through patient simulation.   (2007-2010).

I was the principal investigator for several small research projects involving simulation:

     Evaluating human patient simulators and standardized patients in an undergraduate nursing health assessment course (2008-2009);

     Evaluating a virtual intravenous pump educational module for undergraduate nursing students (2008-2009);

     Evaluating patient simulation facilitation and debriefing methods in an undergraduate nursing health assessment course (2009-2010);

     Evaluating a virtual intravenous pump educational module for undergraduate nursing students: Phase two(2009-2010).

I have received funding for another small research project:

     Critical assessment and interventions for the unresponsive patient: Introduction of a high-fidelity simulation module into an undergraduate nursing health assessment course (2010-2011).

 

Type of Simulation:

Patient Simulators
Computer-based
Standardized Patients

Teacher Centered:

Effectiveness

Student Centered:

Roles in Simulation
Other

Educational Practices:

Active Learning
Collaboration
Feedback

Design Characteristics:

Debriefing/Guided Reflection
Cueing

Outcomes:

Clinical Judgment
Self Confidence
Other

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