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IFNA Webinar - Sharing a Simulation Approach Designed to SEE Family & Advance the Practice

  • 01 Dec 2016
  • 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EST)
  • Online (Using the GoTo Webinar Platform)
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This webinar will focus on a model for simulation development and implementation that was designed by Minnesota State University, Mankato faculty. The Simulated Educational Experience Model (SEE) assists educators and students to “think family” during simulation teaching and learning. Teaching techniques and strategies that support the seven stages of the SEE Model will be presented. The model can be used as a tool to guide novice to expert nurse educators to direct simulation experiences toward family nursing. Even though the simulation process is complex and dynamic, a contiguous model directed approach supports quality learning through authentic family and nursing experiences. Our faculty believe that the SEE Model has potential to advance the practice of family focused nursing care.

This webinar is presented by Dr. Colleen Royle, Assistant Professor at The School of Nursing, Minnesota State University, Mankato, USA. Dr. Royle is the simulation coordinator with seven years of research and education expertise in simulation. The School of Nursing at Minnesota State University, Mankato, prepares nurses who understand the significance of family and society in health care.

The Two Learning Outcomes are: 

  1. Examine teaching techniques and strategies using a model that supports students and faculty in simulation experiences with a family focus. 
  2. Explore the use of various debriefing techniques with simulation education that support the application of family nursing knowledge. 

Target Audience
This program is particularly relevant for all nursing educators and administrators of nursing education programs.

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