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NURS 563/663 Simulation in Nursing Education
Credit hours: 3 per Quarter
Cluster: Nurse Education,
N/A

 

Course Level: Doctoral

Course Type:

IPE: No

Course Open to:

Institution:Oregon Health and Science University

Pre-requisites: One year of graduate course work or permission of instructor and NURS 661.

Course Description: This course explores the complexities of implementing a simulation program, and how to integrate simulation into individualized courses and curriculum. Students will be introduced to and learn how to utilize a variety of simulation tools and techniques to enhance nursing education. A combination of highly interactive learning activities and techniques--including hands-on activities-- will be used to develop individual competency in the understanding of simulation education as a teaching tool in nursing. Students will have the opportunity to experience and participate in realistic (high fidelity) simulation. Scenario development strategies and techniques will be introduced. Emphasis will be placed on simulations that include clinical judgment, teamwork, and interdisciplinary communication and resource management. Students will also learn concepts and skills associated with debriefing. The format will be a two-day intensive with online discussion, hands-on simulation, and readings. 3 qtr/2 sem credits

 

Method of Instruction: Online (Sakai)

Delivery Platform: Sakai

Campus visits required: 1

Course Contact: Alyssa Luu

email: luua@ohsu.edu

 

Tuition: $550 per quarter hour

 

Other considerations: *Please inquire about intensives before registering for this course, contact campus coordinator at luua@ohsu.edu

 

Available Seats by Semester for this course:

 

SUMMER 2018

Section: NURS 563/663
Instructor:Paula Gubrud-Howe
Seats:5
Credits: 3 / Quarter



SUMMER 2016

Section:
Instructor:TBA
Seats:2
Credits: 3 / Quarter



SUMMER 2017

Section:
Instructor:TBA
Seats:5
Credits: 3 / Quarter

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