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In this course, you will explore the process of integrating simulation into your curriculum. You may be the champion or ‘mover and shaker’ who has been using simulation as a teaching/learning strategy for a while in your course. You may be new to simulation and have been given the assignment to ‘head-up’ the integration into the curriculum. You may be a Dean or Program Director for a nursing program who understands the potential success of using simulation as a teaching/learning strategy and may have funding to support a plan. You may have an interest in integrating simulation into the nursing curriculum. Whatever your interest, the course will discuss the components to consider when developing an integration plan. After completion of this course, you will have the knowledge to develop a successful integration team and plan for your curriculum.
1. Compile a list of components to consider when developing a comprehensive plan for integrating simulation into the curriculum.
2. Determine who should be included in your integration team.
3. Identify curricular gaps and map to potential simulation scenarios.
4. Identify the tasks necessary for successful simulation integration.
About the Author
Patricia (Patty) Ravert, PhD, RN, CNE, FAAN, ANEF holds the rank of professor and the dean is at Brigham Young University College of Nursing. She also serves as coordinator of the Nursing Learning Center and Clinical Simulation Laboratory at Brigham Young University College of Nursing. Dr. Ravert has used high-fidelity simulation since 2001 and has facilitated many simulation sessions. Her work also involves integrating high-fidelity simulation across the baccalaureate and graduate (family nurse practitioner) programs. Dr. Ravert served as the BSN Representative on the Board of Directors for the International Association of Clinical Simulation and Learning (INACSL) from 2004-2008 and served on the editorial board for the organization's journal, Clinical Simulation in Nursing Education.