#WeNurses - Thursday 18th January 2018 8pm (GMT Standard Time) Simulation based education

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Nursing practice is what we ‘do’ when caring for people because of our knowledge, skills and values.  This practice might involve such actions as educating a person to help them understand their condition; carrying out a therapeutic intervention, such as administering medication; or conveying essential information to the wider health and social care team, to ensure the person’s wellbeing. 

There are two potential places we can learn our nursing practice; one is the ‘real world’, where we might be on placement or employed, the other is in a simulated environment.  The simulated environment is a space designed to replicate the real world, as closely as possible, through the provision of equipment, furniture and key people, such as the patient, relatives or other healthcare professionals. It is suggested that simulation can improve patient safety by facilitating learning of both technical skill e.g. measuring vital signs, urinary catheterisation; and non-technical skills e.g. communication and team working.  Not only do we learn in the real and simulated environment but also to have our knowledge and skills assessed, which will provide feed forward, to guide our future development.

There is a growing body of evidence to support the use of Simulation Based Education in healthcare, and the use of simulation is increasing in the curricula of Nursing (Association for Simulated Practice in Healthcare, 2014) and this is endorsed by the Nursing and Midwifery Council (2010) and Health Education England (2016).

During this tweet chat we look forward to hearing your views and sharing experiences on learning and assessment in a simulated environment.

 

For pre-reading you might like to read the following report that which gives the state of play in the UK and some back ground information about Simulation Based Education.

Association for Simulated Practice in Healthcare (2014) The National Simulation Development Project: Summary Report [online]. Available at: http://aspih.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/national-scoping-project-summary-report.pdf

 

Q1) ‘Being watched’ is often given as the most difficult thing about taking part in simulation – have you found a way to get over this and help you make the most of what simulation can offer?

Q2) On the theme of ‘being watched’ – how do you think it benefits you and your peers to observe each other during simulation?

Q3) During simulation a peer may ‘role playing’ your patient/client or vis-a-versa.  How do you think you and your peers could help assist each other’s learning?          

Q4 )Have you had the opportunity to learn via simulation with other health or social care professionals?  How do you think this benefited yours and their learning?

Q5) Is there any part of nursing practice (knowledge, skill or value) you think could not be learnt in simulation?

Q6) The amount of simulation offered is restricted by available resources.  Is there any element of nursing practice do you think is the most import to learn via simulation before we ‘practice’ on real patients/clients?

Q7) Simulation is a method of ‘controlling the variables’ that might be present in the real world to enable a specific subject to be learnt and assessed.  Do you think this is an effective way of assessing our nursing practice? 

Q8) Simulation is all about learning to care for people (patients, relatives and colleagues).  How has your experience of simulation impacted on your nursing practice?





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 #WeNurses transcript

 
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:08
Hi everyone - apologies for the delay this evening ... it appears that Twitter is having some problems #WeNurses
@sarah_janemad
18 January 2018 20:11
@WeNurses Glad it’s not just me #WeNurses ! Good evening
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:12
Ok so it seems we are back up .... but not quite at full power !!! Lets get started and hope for the best !! #WeNurses
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:13
Tonight we are exploring simulation and hopefully we have @CatherineHughe7 as our guest in the room #wenurses
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:14
Lets get started with a question #wenurses QUESTION 1 https://t.co/HdXg5iifk5
@sarah_janemad
18 January 2018 20:14
RT @WeNurses: Lets get started with a question #wenurses QUESTION 1 https://t.co/HdXg5iifk5
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:14
@sarah_janemad no not just you ! What an eventful start ! #WeNurses
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:15
@CatherineHughe7 Hi Catherine and welcome - thanks for putting together tonights #WeNurses ... and sorry about Twit… https://twitter.com/i/web/status/954084888306704384
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:16
@hannahlames1 Nope ... we were trying everything to try and get it to work here #WeNurses
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:16
@MichelleLGould we had a "is it me" moment too #WeNurses
@AgencyNurse
18 January 2018 20:17
Great first question #WeNurses ... how do you get past that being watched feeling ? #Wenurses https://twitter.com/WeNurses/status/954084552129110016
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:17
Great suggestion #WeNurses https://twitter.com/RachelMcwill/status/954084909030760448
@PUNCadp
18 January 2018 20:18
@WeNurses I just try to pretend the 'patient' is someone I'm seeing on a ward #wenurses
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:18
Good point #WeNurses https://twitter.com/MichelleLGould/status/954085431943094278
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:18
yes indeed #WeNurses https://twitter.com/tiredkiwinurse/status/954085464499040256
@primarycarepu
18 January 2018 20:18
@WeNurses I think just stressing how valuable it is. How often do you get such immediate and helpful feedback #WeNurses
@sarah_janemad
18 January 2018 20:18
@WeNurses Still have issues #WeNurses sorry !
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:18
#WeNurses https://twitter.com/Donato_Tallo/status/954085508099043328
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:19
Lots of tweets coming through - son't forget to add #WeNurses so we can see you :D https://t.co/0tHAy4sVjY
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:19
#WeNurses > https://twitter.com/hannahlames1/status/954085535139627008
@sarah_janemad
18 January 2018 20:19
@PUNCadp @WeNurses That’s a really good tip for learners - might borrow that one ! ???? #WeNurses
@K_G_Spearpoint
18 January 2018 20:19
@CatherineHughe7 @WeNurses Twitter is still misbehaving #wenurses
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:20
@K_G_Spearpoint @CatherineHughe7 yes indeed it's still a bit glitchy #WeNurses
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:20
#WeNurses https://twitter.com/RachelMcwill/status/954086037801918467
@saqia_
18 January 2018 20:20
RT @WeNurses: #WeNurses https://twitter.com/Donato_Tallo/status/954085508099043328
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:20
RT @primarycarepu: @WeNurses I think just stressing how valuable it is. How often do you get such immediate and helpful feedback #WeNurses
@Sizzibeth
18 January 2018 20:20
@WeNurses Its the time to learn and develop ideas from each other in a safe and structured environment #WeNurses
@lilian_wittman
18 January 2018 20:21
#WeNurses hi everyone, feels like deja vu but Lilian saying hello ??. I always get embarrassed by simulation exerci… https://twitter.com/i/web/status/954086253586198528
@AgencyNurse
18 January 2018 20:21
I like this suggestion #WeNurses https://twitter.com/sarah_janemad/status/954085638818750467
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:21
#WeNurses https://twitter.com/JStreetUK/status/954086239313022976
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:22
Is there anything that helps you feel more at ease ? #WeNurses https://twitter.com/lilian_wittman/status/954086253586198528
@real_sukie
18 January 2018 20:22
@Donato_Tallo @WeNurses Perhaps, as SBE grows and more people experience it, earlier embarrassment/reluctance will fade? #wenurses
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:23
QUESTION 2 - what are the benefits of observing eachother ? #WeNurses https://t.co/kGPZt3pcTT
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:24
If it's ok with everyone we will chat until 9.10 this evening- due to the delay and to save having to rush through questions #WeNurses
@MichelleLGould
18 January 2018 20:24
@WeNurses #WeNurses
@PUNCadp
18 January 2018 20:24
As a student nurse, the whole, being in uniform helps too, makes you feel more professional #wenurses
@RachelMcwill
18 January 2018 20:24
@WeNurses Seeing different perspectives from colleagues can significantly improve your learning. #wenurses
@lilian_wittman
18 January 2018 20:24
#WeNurses knowing that most people with you are feeling the same and are willing to give suggestions to put you at… https://twitter.com/i/web/status/954087206066556928
@sarah_janemad
18 January 2018 20:24
RT @WeNurses: QUESTION 2 - what are the benefits of observing eachother ? #WeNurses https://t.co/kGPZt3pcTT
@AgencyNurse
18 January 2018 20:24
A really good point - and also it helps to develop our own feedback skills #WeNurses https://twitter.com/MichelleLGould/status/954087049799356416
@K_G_Spearpoint
18 January 2018 20:25
#wenurses https://twitter.com/k_g_spearpoint/status/954086829917122560
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:25
RT @lilian_wittman: #WeNurses knowing that most people with you are feeling the same and are willing to give suggestions to put you at ease…
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:25
RT @K_G_Spearpoint: #wenurses https://twitter.com/k_g_spearpoint/status/954086829917122560
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:25
#WeNurses https://twitter.com/JStreetUK/status/954087274014298114
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:25
good point #WeNurses https://twitter.com/RachelMcwill/status/954087204896366593
@susan_bell1212
18 January 2018 20:26
RT @WeNurses: Is there anything that helps you feel more at ease ? #WeNurses https://twitter.com/lilian_wittman/status/954086253586198528
@CatherineHughe7
18 January 2018 20:26
@real_sukie @Donato_Tallo @WeNurses #WeNurses The value it adds to your learning can outway that initial challenge of being watch.
@Jackieanne77
18 January 2018 20:26
RT @WeNurses: good point #WeNurses https://twitter.com/RachelMcwill/status/954087204896366593
@captaintau
18 January 2018 20:26
@PUNCadp In ENP OSCEs (my first ones) we had the option of wearing uniform. I chose not to. Always a nurse, whatever I’m wearing #wenurses
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:27
Anyone else feel this way ? #WeNurses https://twitter.com/PUNCadp/status/954087159438413826
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:27
RT @CatherineHughe7: @real_sukie @Donato_Tallo @WeNurses #WeNurses The value it adds to your learning can outway that initial challenge of…
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:28
RT @sarah_janemad: @MichelleLGould @WeNurses Feedback for Sim doesn’t sit well for me - i tend to use #Debrief #advocacyinenquiry #wenurses…
@lilian_wittman
18 January 2018 20:28
#WeNurses it allows you to observe each other and pick up if your peers happen to make a mistake, also provides discussion points
@FrancesMontgom
18 January 2018 20:28
RT @lilian_wittman: #WeNurses knowing that most people with you are feeling the same and are willing to give suggestions to put you at ease…
@PUNCadp
18 January 2018 20:28
@WeNurses You see things that others are doing well (or badly!) so you can adjust it in your own practice. #wenurses
@AgencyNurse
18 January 2018 20:28
#WeNurses > https://twitter.com/jomwlever/status/954088088548139010
@susan_bell1212
18 January 2018 20:29
RT @primarycarepu: @WeNurses I think just stressing how valuable it is. How often do you get such immediate and helpful feedback #WeNurses
@AgencyNurse
18 January 2018 20:29
@PUNCadp @WeNurses I think this sis a really good point ... we can learn so much by observing #WeNurses
@susan_bell1212
18 January 2018 20:29
RT @WeNurses: #WeNurses https://twitter.com/RachelMcwill/status/954086037801918467
@AgencyNurse
18 January 2018 20:30
@captaintau @jomwlever @WeNurses yes indeed - i feel quite jealous .... i never attended Uni in uniform either #WeNurses
@jomwlever
18 January 2018 20:30
@AgencyNurse Sorry! ?? #wenurses
@AgencyNurse
18 January 2018 20:30
@jomwlever hehe no worries #WeNurses ;D
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:31
#WeNurses https://twitter.com/MichelleLGould/status/954088508834111488
@susan_bell1212
18 January 2018 20:31
RT @WeNurses: Lots of tweets coming through - son't forget to add #WeNurses so we can see you :D https://t.co/0tHAy4sVjY
@JonnyTaccp
18 January 2018 20:31
@PUNCadp Did sim as part of a job interview in a suit which felt all kinds of wrong #WeNurses
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:31
QUESTION 3 #WeNurses https://t.co/PEXiQXKuNo
@CatherineHughe7
18 January 2018 20:32
@AgencyNurse @PUNCadp @WeNurses #WeNurses so valuable we don’t always get that opportunity particularly once we are registered.
@primarycarepu
18 January 2018 20:32
@WeNurses Again, the feedback you get. Such an useful aid to learning. Negative just as helpful as positive #WeNurses
@AgencyNurse
18 January 2018 20:32
RT @CatherineHughe7: @AgencyNurse @PUNCadp @WeNurses #WeNurses so valuable we don’t always get that opportunity particularly once we are re…
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:32
RT @CatherineHughe7: @AgencyNurse @PUNCadp @WeNurses #WeNurses so valuable we don’t always get that opportunity particularly once we are re…
@Madele_RN
18 January 2018 20:32
@WeNurses #WeNurses
@AgencyNurse
18 January 2018 20:32
@CatherineHughe7 @PUNCadp @WeNurses no - hardly ever in fact ! #WeNurses
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:33
RT @primarycarepu: @WeNurses Again, the feedback you get. Such an useful aid to learning. Negative just as helpful as positive #WeNurses
@captaintau
18 January 2018 20:33
@WeNurses Dynamic feedback. Flow. Works really well with the dreaded OSCEs. More natural #WeNurses
@pea88
18 January 2018 20:33
@WeNurses #WeNurses
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:33
Great point - so confidence building is an important part too #WeNurses https://twitter.com/AdeleNQRN/status/954088850766385153
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:34
#WeNurses https://twitter.com/pea88/status/954089363817816065
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:34
#Wenurses https://twitter.com/Jo3_NHS/status/954089363956056064
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:34
#WeNurses https://twitter.com/CatherineHughe7/status/954089577521836032
@Walsh6Walsh
18 January 2018 20:35
@primarycarepu @WeNurses This then helps support staff to challenge within the clinical enviroment in a constructive conclusion #WeNurses
@AgencyNurse
18 January 2018 20:35
@hannahlames1 perhaps it's something we should do more of as qualified RNs #WeNurses
@AgencyNurse
18 January 2018 20:35
RT @WeNurses: QUESTION 3 #WeNurses https://t.co/PEXiQXKuNo
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:36
Great points #WeNurses https://twitter.com/RachelMcwill/status/954089943944622080
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:36
#WeNurses https://twitter.com/hellyarrj/status/954089962785443842
@tonycurran82
18 January 2018 20:36
@WeNurses Debriefing following simulation is an excellent way to assess perceived or planned learning outcomes. #WeNurses
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:37
Interesting point .... do we pay enough attention to providing authenticity in simulation ? #WeNurses https://twitter.com/K_G_Spearpoint/status/954090127273447424
@dilla_davis
18 January 2018 20:37
RT @WeNurses: This evening #WeNurses is all about simulation Simulation based education with @catherinehughe7 > https://buff.ly/2mPvFWy…
@primarycarepu
18 January 2018 20:38
@hellyarrj @WeNurses Great point. It’s basically about supporting each other #wenurses
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:38
QUESTION 4 How has simulation benefitted you ? #WeNurses https://t.co/ST7Dmu8Gz4
@lilian_wittman
18 January 2018 20:38
#WeNurses I think that maybe because you know what symptoms of the condition you have is helpful as it gives a more… https://twitter.com/i/web/status/954090605113757696
@MichelleLGould
18 January 2018 20:38
@WeNurses when your peers can bring in their own knoweledge and experiences to the simulation #WeNurses
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:38
@ProfJuneG @K_G_Spearpoint @CatherineHughe7 It was all of us June - for the first time EVER we had to delay the start of #WeNurses
@PUNC14Julie
18 January 2018 20:39
@jobull16 @WeNurses #wenurses We were filmed as students doing a simulation and only our group watched it back, was… https://twitter.com/i/web/status/954090812240998401
@hannahlames1
18 January 2018 20:39
I think filming and being able to watch it back later can be a valuable learning resource #WeNurses https://twitter.com/jobull16/status/954090375903358977
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:39
Does anyone else feel this way ? #WeNurses https://twitter.com/jobull16/status/954090375903358977
@real_sukie
18 January 2018 20:40
I would be very interested to hear everyone's replies to this as part of the development of HEE's multi professional SBE strategy #wenurses
@AgencyNurse
18 January 2018 20:40
RT @WeNurses: QUESTION 4 How has simulation benefitted you ? #WeNurses https://t.co/ST7Dmu8Gz4
@K_G_Spearpoint
18 January 2018 20:40
#wenurses https://twitter.com/k_g_spearpoint/status/954090986954805248
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:40
RT @PUNC14Julie: @jobull16 @WeNurses #wenurses We were filmed as students doing a simulation and only our group watched it back, was invalu…
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:40
RT @hannahlames1: I think filming and being able to watch it back later can be a valuable learning resource #WeNurses https://t.co/hmJfmcbJ…
@PUNC14Julie
18 January 2018 20:40
@WeNurses Simulation means that we can practice our skills in a controlled environment without harming others #wenurses
@tonycurran82
18 January 2018 20:41
@WeNurses Surely the use of high-fidelity mannequins provides an ideal opportunity for learning while reducing patient risks #WeNurses
@AgencyNurse
18 January 2018 20:41
Thats fab to hear #WeNurses https://twitter.com/AdeleNQRN/status/954091202789376000
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:41
#WeNurses https://t.co/LoMPT8fUKA
@MichelleLGould
18 January 2018 20:41
@WeNurses #WeNurses
@K_G_Spearpoint
18 January 2018 20:41
@RachelMcwill @WeNurses Exactly, dual role, compromises authentication, but still valuable? #wenurses
@Madele_RN
18 January 2018 20:41
@AgencyNurse @hannahlames1 #WeNurses
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:42
RT @K_G_Spearpoint: @RachelMcwill @WeNurses Exactly, dual role, compromises authentication, but still valuable? #wenurses
@PUNCadp
18 January 2018 20:42
@hannahlames1 I hate watching myself back ?? #wenurses
@susan_bell1212
18 January 2018 20:42
RT @WeNurses: QUESTION 4 How has simulation benefitted you ? #WeNurses https://t.co/ST7Dmu8Gz4
@TexasNursesAssn
18 January 2018 20:42
RT @WeNurses: Lets get started with a question #wenurses QUESTION 1 https://t.co/HdXg5iifk5
@AgencyNurse
18 January 2018 20:43
One of the key things that seems to be coming across to me this evening is that simulation can give so much confidence to people #WeNurses
@CatherineHughe7
18 January 2018 20:43
@AgencyNurse #WeNurses that is great to hear and therefore so important that we prepare our undergraduates for simulation based education.
@susan_bell1212
18 January 2018 20:44
RT @WeNurses: Interesting point .... do we pay enough attention to providing authenticity in simulation ? #WeNurses https://twitter.com/K_G_Spearpoint/status/954090127273447424
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:44
QUESTION 5 - is there anything that simulation could not be used for ? #WeNurses https://t.co/tJXqbMcQLc
@lilian_wittman
18 January 2018 20:44
#WeNurses if it's a choice between just being watched by my colleagues or being filmed I'd choose the watching othe… https://twitter.com/i/web/status/954092190870966273
@K_G_Spearpoint
18 January 2018 20:45
@ProfJuneG @WeNurses @CatherineHughe7 Twitter was cognitively overloaded! #wenurses
@CatherineHughe7
18 January 2018 20:45
@AgencyNurse #WeNurses this is a key objective as that confidence comes with the knowledge that our practice has be… https://twitter.com/i/web/status/954092517817049090
@HeskG
18 January 2018 20:46
RT @wlasinclair: #wenurses daughter doing maths homework just recognised that nurses need to know fractions, decimals and percentages - may…
@pea88
18 January 2018 20:46
@WeNurses Grief very difficult to simulate, therefore dealing with grieving people #WeNurses
@AgencyNurse
18 January 2018 20:46
errrmmmmm trying to think if there is anything !!! #WeNurses #scratcheshead https://twitter.com/WeNurses/status/954092146994368513
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:46
RT @CatherineHughe7: @AgencyNurse #WeNurses this is a key objective as that confidence comes with the knowledge that our practice has been…
@AgencyNurse
18 January 2018 20:46
RT @CatherineHughe7: @AgencyNurse #WeNurses this is a key objective as that confidence comes with the knowledge that our practice has been…
@susan_bell1212
18 January 2018 20:46
RT @WeNurses: #WeNurses https://twitter.com/hellyarrj/status/954089962785443842
@lilian_wittman
18 January 2018 20:47
#WeNurses I don't think med administration can be a simulated exercise just because of what it entails
@sarah_janemad
18 January 2018 20:47
RT @WeNurses: QUESTION 5 - is there anything that simulation could not be used for ? #WeNurses https://t.co/tJXqbMcQLc
@primarycarepu
18 January 2018 20:47
@hannahlames1 I think filming is a valuable reflective learning tool, for the person being filmed to watch later #WeNurses
@MisterHreben
18 January 2018 20:47
@WeNurses Peer feedback is a wonderful tool. Provided the feedback is guided and constructive with debate encouraged. #WeNurses
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:47
RT @lilian_wittman: #WeNurses I don't think med administration can be a simulated exercise just because of what it entails
@jomwlever
18 January 2018 20:48
@sarah_janemad @AgencyNurse The little experience I've had was used for both, thanks for the info #wenurses
@captaintau
18 January 2018 20:48
@WeNurses Sim is no substitute for reality. No matter how good it may get #wenurses
@nohandsup
18 January 2018 20:48
#wenurses My initial research for my dissertation indicates that students report simulation activities as being 'co… https://twitter.com/i/web/status/954093153765781504
@Jo3_NHS
18 January 2018 20:48
@WeNurses Breaking bad news. #WeNurses
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:48
Thanks for sharing #WeNurses https://twitter.com/nohandsup/status/954093153765781504
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:48
RT @Jo3_NHS: @WeNurses Breaking bad news. #WeNurses
@PUNC14Julie
18 January 2018 20:49
@sarah_janemad @clinedFHFT @PDN_Kat I think preceptee's would feel more supported with it #wenurses incidents can b… https://twitter.com/i/web/status/954093289090834432
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:49
RT @captaintau: @WeNurses Sim is no substitute for reality. No matter how good it may get #wenurses
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:49
#WeNurses https://twitter.com/jackisue431/status/954093291343089666
@Papajoe1407
18 January 2018 20:49
RT @lilian_wittman: #WeNurses I don't think med administration can be a simulated exercise just because of what it entails
@real_sukie
18 January 2018 20:49
@Walsh6Walsh @sarah_janemad @WeNurses I hope the medic also realised he needed to listen. :) #wenurses
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:50
#WeNurses https://twitter.com/jackisue431/status/954093501280604161
@Jo3_NHS
18 January 2018 20:50
@WeNurses For mental health services a key one is verbal de-escalation of potentially violent situations #wenurses
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:50
RT @Jo3_NHS: @WeNurses For mental health services a key one is verbal de-escalation of potentially violent situations #wenurses
@JonnyTaccp
18 January 2018 20:51
@PUNC17_Laura @WeNurses I tend to show more compassion towards the sim knowing how much they cost #WeNurses
@primarycarepu
18 January 2018 20:51
@WeNurses Certainly for role play, such as improving one’s consultation skills #WeNurses
@captaintau
18 January 2018 20:51
@Jo3_NHS @WeNurses Ooo, good one #wenurses
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:52
QUESTION 6 - what is most important to learn via simulation ? #WeNurses https://t.co/Z8UD5ZBviP
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:52
RT @WeNurses: QUESTION 6 - what is most important to learn via simulation ? #WeNurses https://t.co/Z8UD5ZBviP
@CatherineHughe7
18 January 2018 20:53
@Jo3_NHS @WeNurses #WeNurses there are a great group of actors who specialise in helping us with things like this s… https://twitter.com/i/web/status/954094310412169217
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:53
RT @CatherineHughe7: @Jo3_NHS @WeNurses #WeNurses there are a great group of actors who specialise in helping us with things like this so m…
@tonycurran82
18 January 2018 20:53
@jackisue431 @WeNurses Excellent point #WeNurses
@sarah_janemad
18 January 2018 20:53
RT @PUNC14Julie: @sarah_janemad @clinedFHFT @PDN_Kat I think preceptee's would feel more supported with it #wenurses incidents can be emoti…
@susan_bell1212
18 January 2018 20:54
RT @Jo3_NHS: @WeNurses For mental health services a key one is verbal de-escalation of potentially violent situations #wenurses
@lilian_wittman
18 January 2018 20:54
#WeNurses @Jo3_NHS I have to agree with that and not amount of simulation prepares you for the real world
@Deborah35855216
18 January 2018 20:54
RT @WeNurses: #WeNurses https://twitter.com/jackisue431/status/954093291343089666
@susan_bell1212
18 January 2018 20:54
RT @WeNurses: #WeNurses https://twitter.com/jackisue431/status/954093501280604161
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:55
Absolutely yes #WeNurses https://twitter.com/Jo_scarb/status/954094629607165952
@captaintau
18 January 2018 20:55
@WeNurses What Jo said ?? #wenurses
@MichelleLGould
18 January 2018 20:55
@WeNurses The importance of actually looking at your patient and scenarios of assessing a deteriorating patient adequately #WeNurses
@Walsh6Walsh
18 January 2018 20:55
@WeNurses Before nurses were signed off on IV administration & blood transfusion they had to pass anaphylaxis #WeNurses
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:55
oooh very interesting #WeNurses https://twitter.com/nohandsup/status/954094772083462150
@PUNC14
18 January 2018 20:55
RT @WeNurses: QUESTION 6 - what is most important to learn via simulation ? #WeNurses https://t.co/Z8UD5ZBviP
@K_G_Spearpoint
18 January 2018 20:56
@jackisue431 @WeNurses Facilitated by student Centred, skillful debriefing ?? #wenurses
@PUNC14Julie
18 January 2018 20:56
RT @CatherineHughe7: @Jo3_NHS @WeNurses #WeNurses there are a great group of actors who specialise in helping us with things like this so m…
@sarah_janemad
18 January 2018 20:56
RT @WeNurses: QUESTION 6 - what is most important to learn via simulation ? #WeNurses https://t.co/Z8UD5ZBviP
@susan_bell1212
18 January 2018 20:56
RT @WeNurses: #WeNurses https://twitter.com/jackisue431/status/954093291343089666
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:56
#WeNurses https://twitter.com/tiredkiwinurse/status/954094938253230080
@jomwlever
18 January 2018 20:57
@WeNurses I'm thinking maybe scenarios e.g. critical illness, practicing tech skills?#WeNurses
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:57
A really interesting point #WeNurses https://twitter.com/jackisue431/status/954095332471828481
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:57
RT @jomwlever: @WeNurses I'm thinking maybe scenarios e.g. critical illness, practicing tech skills?#WeNurses
@susan_bell1212
18 January 2018 20:57
RT @captaintau: @WeNurses Sim is no substitute for reality. No matter how good it may get #wenurses
@tonycurran82
18 January 2018 20:58
@WeNurses The most important thing any practitioner can learn from simulation is "self" and our limitations #WeNurses
@sarah_janemad
18 January 2018 20:58
RT @nohandsup: #wenurses My initial research for my dissertation indicates that students report simulation activities as being 'commensurat…
@captaintau
18 January 2018 20:58
@nohandsup @hannahlames1 I am but one person but I completely disagree. Highly beneficial I see. Commensurate? Never. @wenurses #WeNurses
@Jo_scarb
18 January 2018 20:58
@WeNurses Although my personal favourite sim session is #humanfactors #wenurses
@PUNCadp
18 January 2018 20:58
@jackisue431 @WeNurses This. #wenurses #studentnurse
@nohandsup
18 January 2018 20:59
@WeNurses An example here: https://www.nursingtimes.net/roles/nurse-educators/investigation-ward-pressures-hit-student-placements/5067842.article #WeNurses
@jomwlever
18 January 2018 20:59
@jackisue431 @WeNurses What kind of Sims could students learn prior to first placement? #wenurses
@WeNurses
18 January 2018 20:59
We are going to chat until 9.10pm this evening ..due to the slow start and Twitter being down #WeNurses




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