Ethical competence is an important, fundamental aspect of healthcare professional’s competence. Over the past few years, the use of clinical simulations in education has escalated. Simulation is a different educational model; it is not only an example and a theoretical view, but also a strategy how to work in a clinical situation. In addition, simulation sessions are interactive and provide more experiential learning opportunities. Simulation pedagogy promotes better nursing education and also new scientific methods that will be used for a new generation of nurses.
This eHandbook provides educational ideas for for teachers and experimental learning for nursing students. This eHandbook is your guide to start implementing simulation in your students’ work. These guidelines give you an example of how to design, develop, and implement clinical simulation scenarios in nursing fundamentals.
The contents of the handbook:
- Part I – introduces simulation pedagogy.
- Part II – explains learning and teaching methods. Following a technical overview of a course.
- Part III – presents all ethical courses (basic ethical lessons), also ethical coffee room and simulation examples/cases. You will find the instructions, learning goals and descriptions.
- Part IV – conclusion and notifications.