Latest Research From INACSL’s Clinical Simulation in Nursing Journal
Today we take a look at the latest research in Nursing Simulation from INACSL‘s leading journal: Clinical Simulation in Nursing. Topics include connecting Simulation in Nursing to Patient Safety efforts, Advance Care Planning, Virtual Gaming, Comparing Teaching Methods, Healthcare Simulation Anxiety, IPE Training, a 2:1 Clinical to Simulation Teaching Ratio and more! This is the leading peer-reviewed research journal for simulation in nursing, and a must read for simulation champions around the world!
About the Clinical Simulation in Nursing Journal
Clinical Simulation in Nursing is an international, peer reviewed journal published online monthly. Clinical Simulation in Nursing is the official journal of the International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation & Learning (INACSL) and reflects the mission INACSL.
Clinical Simulation in Nursing has a 2015 Impact Factor of 1.360, ranking favorably in the Nursing category. All articles are listed in the Science Citation Index Expanded, Journal Citation Reports/Science Edition, Social Science Citation Index, Journal Citation Reports/Social Sciences Edition, and Current Contents/ Social and Behavioral Health Sciences.
They will review and accept articles from other health provider disciplines, if they are determined to be of interest to their readership. The journal accepts manuscripts meeting one or more of the following criteria:
- Research articles and systematic reviews about simulation
- Innovative teaching/learning strategies using simulation
- Articles updating guidelines, regulations, and legislative policies that impact simulation
- Leadership for simulation
- Simulation operations
- Real world (practice) and academic uses of simulation
Latest Nursing Simulation Research
Impact of Advanced Nurse Teamwork Training on Trauma Team Performance: Ellen M. Harvey, Daniel Freeman, Andi Wright, Jennifer Bath, V. Kristen Peters, Gary Meadows, Mark E. Hamill, Misty Flinchum, Katherine H. Shaver, Bryan R. Collier
Interprofessional Simulation–Based Advanced Cardiac Life Support Training: Video-Based Observational Study: Ying Lau, Daniel Guang Hui Chee, Zulkarnain Bin Ab Hamid, Benjamin Sieu-Hon Leong, Siew Tiang Lau
French Translation and Validation of the Mayo High Performance Teamwork Scale for Nursing Students in a High-Fidelity Simulation Context: Émilie Gosselin, Mélanie Marceau, Christian Vincelette, Charles-Olivier Daneau, Stéphan Lavoie, Isabelle Ledoux
Emerging Evidence Toward a 2:1 Clinical to Simulation Ratio: A Study Comparing the Traditional Clinical and Simulation Settings: Nancy Sullivan, Sandra M. Swoboda, Tonya Breymier, Laura Lucas, Janice Sarasnick, Tonya Rutherford-Hemming, Chakra Budhathoki, Suzan (Suzie) Kardong-Edgren
An Escape Room as a Simulation Teaching Strategy: Neysa Brown, Wendy Darby, Helen Coronel
Editorial: Simulation and Patient Safety: Continuing to Provide Evidence: Nicole Harder
Advance Care Planning Simulation-Based Learning for Nurses: Mixed Methods Pilot Study: Amanda Pereira-Salgado, Steve Philpot, Jo Schlieff, Lisa O’Driscoll, Amber Mills
Virtual Gaming Simulation in Nursing Education: A Mixed-Methods Study: Margaret Verkuyl, Michelle Hughes
Comparing Two Teaching Methods on Nursing Students’ Ethical Decision-Making Level: Tulay Basak, Birgul Cerit
Anxiety Caused by Simulated Prehospital Emergency Care: Anna Abelsson
Simulation Anxiety across the Curriculum: Jean Yockey, Melissa Henry
INACSL’s mission is to advance the science of healthcare simulation. INACSL has operationalized its mission by developing the first standards for simulation practice, INACSL Standards of Best Practice: Simulation, Published in the Clinical Simulation in Nursing, INACSL’s monthly, electronic research journal, these freely accessible articles provide the industry with guidelines for creating and executing healthcare simulations. The Leadership of INACSL is deeply committed to meeting the needs of its membership. They thoughtfully examine all opportunities and options to ensure that all decisions benefit the members as well as align with the Mission and Vision of the organization.
The annual INACSL Conference is a leading forum for simulation aficionados, researchers, and vendors providing the ideal environment to gain and disseminate current, state-of-the-art knowledge in the areas of skills/simulation operations and applications in an evidenced-based venue. Healthcare professionals will have the opportunity to network with colleagues and exhibitors, discuss best practices as relates to competencies, safety and quality performance indicators, and advance the science of simulation. This year’s healthcare simulation conference takes place June 19-22 in Phoenix, Arizona!