Innovation in Nursing Simulation

Nursing schools first adopted simulation to teach fundamental patient care and assessment skills.  Today, they are creating complex, interdisciplinary scenarios mirror real-life and involve students from different specialties. Meanwhile, hospitals are saving time and reducing turnover by using simulation for nurse onboarding, assessment and retraining for new units. With a newly updated Program for Nursing Curriculum Integration (PNCI v5), more than 250 evidence-based training scenarios, and state-of-the-art patient simulation, CAE Healthcare allows both learners and professionals to suspend disbelief and immerse themselves in training that challenges their knowledge, abilities and critical thinking.

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The University of Huddersfield, Huddersfield, United Kingdom

Watching her grandchild at play, Angela Hope, senior lecturer and practice and skills coordinator for the University of Huddersfield’s School of Human and Health Sciences, was struck by how much we humans learn through play. “Children practice simulation when they play and then they learn to socialize around that,” Hope says. “Our nursing students often say that learning through simulation is simply fun. We have actually published articles about this.”


Faulkner State Community College, Alabama, USA

In a dark auditorium packed with more than 1,000 high school and college students, all eyes are transfixed on an emergency room reenactment. A medical team works to resuscitate a 17-year-old who was texting while driving and has suffered multiple injuries. As the teen’s sister stands by his side and the mother wails for her son, the emergency room nurse delivers devastating news.  In the final scene, the team zips the teenager into a body bag and wheels him away.


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