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vSim for Nursing

vSim Implementation Guide

Free nursing education guide for best practices on integrating virtual simulations into your nursing program

How can simulation in nursing transform education?

Discover a unique solution to enhance student confidence and competence in patient-centered care. Develop clinical reasoning skills, competence, and confidence in nursing students with vSim for Nursing. vSim for Nursing, co-developed by Laerdal Medical and Wolters Kluwer, provides virtual simulation solutions in Medical-Surgical Nursing, Maternity Nursing, Pediatric Nursing, and Gerontology.

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What are Implementation Guides?

The guide provides strategies for use of vSim® for Nursing in programs across all types of nursing education. It provides faculty with ideas to integrate vSim into existing curricula and offers ways to develop and/or enhance current teaching strategies. The guide is based on data collected from faculty who participated in pilot testing of vSim for Nursing | Medical-Surgical during spring 2014 and who submitted feedback to the National League for Nursing. These faculty members provide instruction in a wide array of classroom, clinical, lab, and simulation settings.

Available Faculty Implementation Guides

Medical-Surgical

This guide provides strategies for use of vSim for Nursing in programs across all types of nursing education. It provides faculty with ideas on how to integrate vSim into existing curricula and offers ways to develop and/or enhance current teaching strategies. The guide is based on data collected from faculty who participated in pilot testing of vSim for Nursing | Medical-Surgical during Spring 2014, and who submitted feedback to the National League for Nursing.

 

 

Maternity and Pediatric

The addendum is based on data collected from faculty who adopted or conducted trials of the Maternity or Pediatric vSim products during 2015, and who subsequently submitted feedback to the National League for Nursing. This addendum will focus specifically on formative assessment and teaching strategies related to the maternity and pediatric course areas.