Background The development of student led involvement in simulation has many positive aspects, most importantly the students acknowledgement of transferable skills in to the clinical area (Valler-Jones 2014). It therefore is relevant to capitalise on this by introducing the concept of Student Simulation Champions within simulation experiences.
Recruitment and training
Involvement in curriculum planning in order for champions to see the validity and share this with students
Involvement in simulation
Currency – students acknowledge the need for simulation due to the involvement of champions
Peer support – students discussed outcomes with Student Simulation Champions prompting further discussion and exploration and debrief involvement
Recruitment – of new Student Simulation Champions due to purposive nature of the process
Reinforcement – of learning outcomes and transferability in the debrief process
Potential impact As discussed above –second run of this will enable statistical analysis and qualitative data.
Valler-Jones. Student led Simulation. British Journal of Nursing 2014;23(6)
- Category: Course or curriculum evaluation/innovation/integration
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