Assignment Answers Pdf Of Clinical Simulation In Nursing:NSG3101

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CASE STUDY
Name of the Student
Name of the University
Author Note
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Chidume, T., Jon …

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Running head: ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY
CASE STUDY
Name of the Student
Name of the University
Author Note
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Chidume, T., Jones, M. C., Lambert, A. W., & Yordy, M. (2020). Preparing students for
difficult conversations with patients and families. Clinical Simulation in Nursing ,46 ,62-
65. https:// doi.org/10.1016/j.ecns.2020.03.009.
The aim of the study is to determine the impact of the simulation in nursing education
for improving the patient care by delivering realistic situation for the students in order to
improve the communication skills among the student nurses. The researcher in this case
developed asimulation-based experience with the help of paediatric content for the nursing
students in order to help them in becoming more proficient as ateacher in communicating
more proficiently about immunization. The researcher in this case conducted a survey for
determining the effectiveness of the experience related to the simulation program. The
experience program got approval by the university and the program of simulation was
incorporated with the clinical course where all the participants were found to be involved in
the course due to its involvement in the course of the students. The researcher aimed at
determining the impact of the simulation-based experience upon the confidence of the student
while engaging with the families who hesitated the use of vaccination. Almost 95.92% of the
students highlighted that they were more confident in communicating with the patient after
the implementation of the program. Various strategies which were involved in this case
includes debriefing and prebrief. The result of the study highlighted that almost 95% of the
students strongly agreed that their confidence in communication was also enhanced by the
implementation of the program for the student nurses. Hence, it can be clearly stated that the
implementation of the simulation program acts as an effective strategy for increasing the
student confidence in conducting any kind of communication with the patient. The study
suggested that in future proper incorporation of school-aged simulation program must be
implemented with the program. The issue of language barrier will be resolved as well. The
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study also specified that pre- and post-evaluations exact to the information of communication
assistances will be involved and connected with student insights of communication aids.
Benkel, I., Wijk, H., & Molander, U. (2014). Challenging conversations with terminally
ill patients and their loved ones: Strategies to improve giving information in palliative
care. SAGE open medicine ,2,2050312114532456. DOI: 10.1177/2050312114532456
The researcher in this case aimed at analysing and exploring the skills and
determining the strategies which can be employed by the professionals while having aproper
conversation and providing information to the families of the loved once in the palliative care.
The researcher in this case is found to address the challenges faced by the health care
professional in providing psychological support to the patient family diagnosed with terminal
illness which results in sudden changes in the existing life. The researcher in this case
highlighted the fact that it is the responsibility of the health care professional to inform the
patient including the family with day-to-day updates and provide moral support in order to
discuss the challenges faced by the ill patient in the palliative care and implementing proper
cropping up strategies. The researcher in this case is found to conduct the study with the help
of qualitative research design by conducting in-depth interviews with the nurses, doctors and
assistance providing care in this Sweden hospital and conducting thematic analysis with the
content. The choice of the research design was found to be appropriate in this case as the
research is aimed at analysing and having adeeper understanding of various methods which
are often used by the professional in order to gain information or to provide sufficient
information to the family including the patient and delivering proper support. Total number
of 35 participants were found to be involved in the study in order to gain proper
understanding of the issues faced by the nurses, assistant nurses and doctors while
communicating with the terminally ill patients including their family members and delivering
proper coping up strategies. The result of the study clearly determined the fact that the
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interview highlighted various strategies which are found to be used by the healthcare
professional when providing or imparting difficult information to the patient family and the
patient within the palliative care. Three of the main content which is found to emerge from
the study included who is giving the information, structuring the conversation in a proper
way and identifying various waves to convey the difficult message to the patient including
the family. Hence in this case it can be clearly concluded that proper strategy and skills
structuring the conversation helps in delivering the difficult information to the patient and the
family in specific circumstances which needs further research for understanding the effective
strategy to deliver proper support.
Beddard-Huber, E., Gaspard, G., & Yue, K. (2021). Adaptations to the serious illness
conversation guide to be more culturally safe. International Journal of Indigenous
Health ,16 (1). https://doi.org/10.32799/ijih.v16i1.33192
The researcher in this study aimed at determining the proper adaptations for providing
conversation guide and to provide the patient with culturally safe care. The researcher in this
case highlighted the fact that the serious illness conversation guide is regarded as one of the
most effective communication tools which can be adhered by the healthcare professionals
while interacting with the patient especially at the palliative unit and facing life limiting
illnesses. The researchers in this case identified one of the effective communication tools
where the developer named Ariadne Labs failed in testing the communication tool with the
indigenous and first Nation people. The researcher in this case conducted a survey with
proper collaboration with the British Columbia Centre for palliative care and with the first
Nation health authority situated in British Columbia in order to adapt and understand the
importance of culturally safe care for the indigenous and first Nations people. The study was
conducted by establishing an initial workshop in 2017 and ultimately collaborating with the
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agency in order to implement the quality improvement project for ensuring culturally safe
care for the indigenous and aboriginal first Nation community people. The researcher in this
case was found to conduct amixed method approach and the data was collected with the help
of survey and in person. The data was found to be analyzed in three phases where in the first
phase the data immediately shared after circling followed by understanding the theme of the
study and discussing the effectiveness. The research in this case was found to receive
feedback from 35 older patients, community members, elderly population belonging to the
first Nation community and it is also determined that almost 80 nurses serve in the first
Nation community. The result of the study highlighted the fact that creating asafe space for
dialogue and implementing proper conversation technique with the family member helps in
promoting person centered care and considering the patient value. Hence in this case
implementing cultural care for the indigenous and first Nation people will be effective and
safe for the seriously ill patient.
Reflection
Ihave understood that implementation of proper communication strategy is essential
for the Healthcare organization specially providing care and patient value in the palliative
care unit. Ihave also determined the fact that it is the responsibility of the nurses to
implement proper coping up strategy within the family member including the terminally ill
patient and preventing the risk of developing traumatic experience upon the family member
(Wittenberg et al., 2019). A proper collaborative practice needs to be implemented within the
palliative care which will help in considering the patient’s wish and addressing the ethical
principle while delivering proper care to the patient (Robert et al., 2019). On the other hand,
one of the annotated studies helps in understanding the importance of clinical simulation
programs and its implementation in reducing the theory to practice gap. The implementation
of clinical simulation programs within the courses will help the nurses in gaining confidence
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in caring for real patients in the healthcare organization and itwill also help in preventing the
chance of developing complications and error which is prevalent among the nursing students
(Oliveira et al., 2018) .
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References
Beddard-Huber, E., Gaspard, G., & Yue, K. (2021). Adaptations to the serious illness
conversation guide to be more culturally safe. International Journal of Indigenous
Health ,16 (1). https://doi.org/10.32799/ijih.v16i1.33192
Benkel, I., Wijk, H., & Molander, U. (2014). Challenging conversations with terminally ill
patients and their loved ones: Strategies to improve giving information in palliative
care. SAGE open medicine , 2, 2050312114532456. DOI:
10.1177/2050312114532456
Chidume, T., Jones, M. C., Lambert, A. W., & Yordy, M. (2020). Preparing students for
difficult conversations with patients and families. Clinical Simulation in Nursing ,46 ,
62-65. https:// doi.org/10.1016/j.ecns.2020.03.009.
Oliveira, S. N. D., Massaroli, A., Martini, J. G., & Rodrigues, J. (2018). From theory to
practice, operating the clinical simulation in Nursing teaching. Revista Brasileira de
Enfermagem ,71 ,1791-1798. https://doi.org/10.1590/0034-7167-2017-0180
Roberts, E., Kaak, V., & Rolley, J. (2019). Simulation to replace clinical hours in nursing: A
meta-narrative review. Clinical Simulation in Nursing , 37 , 5-13.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecns.2019.07.003
Wittenberg, E., Goldsmith, J. V., Ragan, S. L., & Parnell, T. A.
(2019). Communication in palliative nursing: The COMFORT model . Oxford
University Press.
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