Nursing Simulation: Emergency Equipment
School of Nursing
Nursing Education must provide students with the opportunity to develop their psychomotor skills as well as their ability to critically think in order to safely care for their patients. Patient simulation is a growing trend in nursing Education, aimed at providing nursing students with a hands-on method of developing these skills. One of the elements required for the development of successful simulations is realistic equipment. The Nursing Department currently uses simulations in several courses. However, efforts to facilitate realistic simulations involving emergency treatment are hampered by the lack of an emergency crash cart. The grant was used to purchase the cart and many of the supplies needed to equip an emergency crash cart.
Delpier, Terry, "Nursing Simulation: Emergency Equipment" (2006). Faculty Works. Paper 222.
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