July 21, 2020By Lance Baily

Latest Healthcare Simulation Research From Leading Global Organizations

Following our recent article covering the latest medical simulation research specific to COVID-19, today we share the latest journal updates from HealthySimulation.com’s media partners the International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning, the Association for Simulated Practice in Healthcare, and the Society for Simulation in Europe, and the International Pediatric Simulation Society. From improving patient safety to increasing student retention, and from the latest VR applications to rural pediatric simulations, these must read articles are sure to help every clinical education program utilizing medical simulation to improve training outcomes.

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 its mission to advance the science of healthcare simulation. Articles are indexed 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. Nicole Harder, PhD, RN is the current editor.

Improving Safety of Patients With Autism Spectrum Disorder Through Simulation (McIntosh et al.)


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The Impact of Simulation on Graduate Entry Master’s Students’ Confidence to Provide Safe Patient Care: A Longitudinal Study (Brown et al.)

How Workplace Bullying and Incivility Impacts Patient Safety: A Qualitative Simulation Study Using BSN Students (Schoville et al.)

Increasing Patient and Student Nurse Safety Using Safe Patient Handling (Graham)

Speaking up to Authority in a Simulated Medication Error Scenario (Shanks et al.)


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Speaking Up About Errors in Routine Clinical Practice: A Simulation-Based Intervention With Nursing Students (Hémon et al.)

Virtual Reality Simulation in Interprofessional Round Training for Health Care Students: A Qualitative Evaluation Study (Liaw et al.)

Preparing Nursing Students for Enhanced Communication With Minority Populations Via Simulation (Boruff)

The Impact of Emerging Simulation-Based Technologies on the Management of Deteriorating Patients: Aiming for a Gold Standard Educational Evaluation (Cooper et al.)

BMJ Simulation & Technology Enhanced Learning (BMJ STEL) focuses on the use of simulation and innovative technology as an educational method or intervention for professionals in all areas of health and social care education, workforce development and quality of care. The journal seeks to contribute to research, innovation and knowledge translation for practitioners, teachers, students and leaders in all health and social care professions who wish to improve clinical outcomes, patient experience and safety. BMJ STEL adheres to the highest possible industry standards concerning publication ethics. BMJ STEL is the official journal of ASPiH (Association for Simulated Practice in Healthcare) and the Irish Association for Simulation (IAS). Editor-in-Chief: Professor Debra Nestel, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia.

Improving staff confidence and morale through rapid, structured trust-wide technology-enhanced training in the use of COVID-19 personal protective equipment at Oxford University Hospitals (Hong et al.)

Simulation perspective on new latent safety threats in high-risk patient care scenarios during the COVID-19 pandemic (Benbow et al.)

Qualitative evaluation of asthma services for young people: a sequential simulation study (Fawcet et al.)

Usefulness of smart glasses and point of view for suturing skills training in medical students: pilot study (Sato et al.)

Collaborative framework for working with older simulated participants (SP) (Smith et al.)

Eye-opening facilitator behaviours: an Interaction Analysis of facilitator behaviours that advance debriefings (Karlgren et al.)

Exploring the application of mixed reality in Nurse education (Frost et al.)

Educator-student talk during interprofessional simulation-based teaching (Jackson et al.)

An exploratory study considering the potential impacts of high-fidelity simulation based education on self-evaluated confidence of non-respiratory physiotherapists providing an on-call respiratory physiotherapy service: a mixed methods study (Mansell et al.)

Advances in Simulation provides a forum to share scholarly practice to advance the use of simulation in the context of health and social care. Advances in Simulation publishes articles that cover all science and social science disciplines, all health and social care professions and multi- and inter-professional studies. The journal includes articles relevant to simulation that include the study of health care practice, human factors, psychology, sociology, anthropology, communication, teamwork, human performance, education, learning technology, economics, biomedical engineering, anatomy, physiology, pharmacology, therapeutics, scientific computation, simulation modeling, population studies, theatre, craft, program evaluation and more. Dr. Gabriel Reedy is the current Editor-in-Chief for this official SESAM journal .

Lessons learned in preparing for and responding to the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic: one simulation’s program experience adapting to the new normal (Brydges et al.)

Translational simulation for rapid transformation of health services, using the example of the COVID-19 pandemic preparation (Brazil et al.)

Simulation reduces navigational errors in cerebral angiography training (Zaika et al.)

In situ simulation training in helicopter emergency medical services: feasible for on-call crews? (Bredmose et al.)

Preliminary report of a simulation community of practice needs analysis (Peddle et al.)

Development of an in situ simulation-based continuing professional development curriculum in pediatric emergency medicine (Leung et al.)

COVID-19 crisis, safe reopening of simulation centres and the new normal: food for thought (Ingrassia et al.)

The International Pediatric Simulation Society (IPSS) puts together a collection of relevant peadiatric simulation articles, the most recent of which can found on this special Cureus page, as well as on their latest curation page. Articles published on the IPSS Cureus Channel are indexed in PubMed Central (PMC), the free full-text archive of biomedical and life sciences journal literature at the U.S. National Institutes of Health’s National Library of Medicine (NIH/NLM). The Channel Editor is Taylor Sawyer, DO, MEd, CHSE-A and the Deputy Editor is Edward Rovera MS.Ed, CHSE, CHSOS.

The Impact of Mock Code Simulation on the Resuscitation Practice and Patient Outcome for Children With Cardiopulmonary Arrest (Hazwani et al.)

EVAC: Evacuation of Vulnerable and Critical Pediatric Patients for Nurses (Thomas et al.)

Feasibility of a Low-Fidelity Pediatric Simulation-Based Continuing Education Curriculum in Rural Alaska (Sanseau et al.)

The Process of Developing an Assessment Checklist for Simulated Infant Respiratory Distress Using a Modified Delphi Method: A Mixed Methods Study (Jeffers et al.)

Development, Implementation, and Evaluation of a Faculty Development Workshop to Enhance Debriefing Skills Among Novice Facilitators (Abulebda et al.)

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