On Thursday, May 21, at 10 AM Eastern, academic leaders from the Global Nursing Education Virtual Simulation Consortium (GNEVSC) presented a Panel Discussion and Q&A on
Debrief | Standards, Models, and Best Practices in Virtual Simulation
This panel of Nursing Education specialists and leaders shared from their own deep academic and practice experience as well as surveyed currently accepted best practices, all around the important role that debriefing plays in virtual simulation. With many programs still experiencing considerable disruptions in clinical practice settings, we felt that this is an important and timely topic for all nursing educators using (or considering) virtual simulation.
Sabrina Beroz, DNP, RN, CHSE-A
Associate Director Programs and Initiatives, The George Washington University School of Nursing; VP of Membership, INACSL Board of Directors
Lori Lioce, DNP, FNP-BC, CSAP, CHSE-Advanced, CHSOS, FAANP
Clinical Professor, Executive Director, Learning & Technology Resource Center, The University of Alabama in Huntsville
Billy Mullins, DNP, RN, NE-BC
Clinical Assistant Professor for the B.S.N. program and the Acute & Chronic Care Community, The George Washington University School of Nursing
Suzan “Suzie” Kardong-Edgren, PhD, RN, ANEF, CHSE, FSSH, FAAN
Internationally known thought leader and researcher on simulation, Faculty, Center for Medical Simulation
Kristina Dreifuerst, PhD, RN, CNE, ANEF, FAAN
Associate Professor, Director of the PhD Program, Marquette University College of Nursing
Pamela Jefferies, PhD, RN, FAAN, ANEF, FSSH
Dean and Professor, RWJF Nurse Executive Fellow aluna, The George Washington University School of Nursing
Cheryl Wilson, DNP, APRN, ANP-BC, FNP-BC, CNE, CHSE
Director of Nursing | Market Research, Shadow Health
Presenters will cover the following topics and more:
- INACSL Standards for Debriefing for Graduate and Undergraduate Curriculums
- PEARLS Model of Debriefing for Graduate Students
- The Impact of Not Debriefing following Virtual Simulations
- Debriefing with Meaningful Learning (DML) Model
- Key Essentials and Concepts around Debriefing for Virtual Simulations
This webinar is the latest in a series from the recently formed GNEVSC (Global Nursing Education Virtual Simulation Consortium), an all volunteer group of leading educators and technologists whose mutual goal is to share ideas, engage in conversation, answer questions, and highlight all virtual simulation products and methods to help administrators, faculty, and nursing students move quickly and effectively to an online environment.
The Global Nursing Education Virtual Simulation Consortium (GNEVSC) was formed in March 2020 with the immediate goal of delivering a rapid response to address critical education needs created by the COVID-19 pandemic, the current limitation of clinical sites, and educators’ need to maintain instructional continuity and ensure advancement and graduation.
The group’s mutual purpose is to share ideas, engage in conversation, answer questions, and highlight all virtual simulation products and methods.
To help administrators, faculty, and nursing students move quickly and effectively to an online environment, the Consortium has launched a series of interactive webinars featuring academic leaders sharing cases for virtual simulation along with best known practices for replacing clinical practicum hours in an online environment.
Future Consortium activities include advocacy efforts to support limited replacement of clinical hours with virtual simulation and coordinated research around the best uses of virtual simulation for improved clinical education of nursing students to guide future needs.
Shadow Health, a global leader in healthcare education simulation acts as a founding sponsor for the Consortium helping to deliver technology consultation, coordinate research, and provide assistance in the underwriting of activities.