HealthOctober 01, 2016

Curriculum and simulation: Are they related?

Download this free white paper and webinar from Elaine Tagliareni, EdD, RN, CNE, FAAN and Susan Forneris, PhD, RN, CNE, CHSE-FA, National League for Nursing by completing the form.

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Elaine Tagliareni and Susan Forneris of the National League for Nursing have been heavily involved in nursing curriculum design for decades and believe simulation can be an important strategy that accurately informs faculty on whether students are absorbing the curriculum. This white paper presents practical, simple-to-follow best practices for working simulation activities into curriculum design, assessment, and evaluation.

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Nurse educators are responsible for formulating program outcomes and designing curricula that reflect the ongoing changes in contemporary health care. The challenge is to evaluate and implement curriculum changes that prepare graduates to function effectively in this health care environment. “Curriculum and simulation: Are they related?” will investigate best practices in curriculum design, assessment and evaluation, and their important intersection with simulation. Special emphasis will be placed on day-to-day teaching and evaluation strategies that can be applied to enhance program development and student learning.

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