Human simulation is changing the face of clinical education in the health professions. Its use has expanded beyond medical school to encompass nursing and mental health clinical education. This comprehensive guide to establishing and managing a human simulation lab has been written by nationally acclaimed simulation experts and is geared for undergraduate, graduate, and professional settings.
Foreword / Gloria F. Donnelly -- Building a human simulation laboratory / Leland J. Rockstraw -- Hardware and software / Sukhtej S. Dhingra and Laurie L. Kerns -- What is a standardized patient? / Michael J. Onori, Fabien Pampaloni, and Nina Multak -- Development of evaluation measures for human simulation: the checklist / Karen J. Saewert and Leland J. Rockstraw -- Standardized patient training / Robert Hargraves -- Incorporating technology in human simulation / Fran Cornelius -- Implementation of the human simulation encounter / Carol Okupniak, John Cornele, and Robert Feenan -- Debriefing after simulated patient experiences / Catherine Jean Morse -- Reports and analysis / Laurie L. Kerns and Sukhtej S. Dhingra -- Patient safety in human simulation / Susan E. Will and Joanne Weinschreider -- Cultural sensitivity and competency in human simulation / Souzan Hawala-Druy and Mary H. Hill -- Human simulation/standardized patient business plan / Denise LaMarra and Gayle Gliva-McConvey -- Human simulation mini cases for undergraduate nursing / Mary Gallagher Gordon -- Human simulation comprehensive cases for undergraduate nursing / Linda Wilson and Mary Ellen Smith Glasgow -- Human simulation team cases for undergraduate nursing / Linda Wilson [and others] -- Human simulation: comprehensive cases for graduate nursing / Amy Flanagan Risdal -- Human simulation for nurse anesthesia / Lewis Bennett and Ferne Cohen -- Human simulation with critically ill patients / Pilar Hernández Pinto and Alejandro Martínez Arce -- Human simulation with perioperative patients / Jorge L. Gomez-Diaz [and others] -- Human simulation with perianesthesia patients / Linda Wilson, H. Lynn Kane, and Linda Webb -- Human simulation for women's health / Amy K. Nakajima and Glenn D. Posner -- Hybrid simulation / Jean Forsha Byrd, Fabien Pampaloni, and Linda Wilson -- Human simulation for rehabilitation sciences / Sarah Wenger, Margery A. Lockard, and Maria Benedetto -- Human simulation for physician assistants / James R. Carlson -- Human simulation in couple and family therapy education / Stephanie Brooks and Racine Henry -- Use of human simulation in behavioral health counselor education / Ronald Clay Comer and Robert J. Chapman -- Interdisciplinary human simulation / Jose M. Maestre and Alberto Alonso Felpete -- Human simulation for medicine / Kathleen F. Ryan -- Afterword: The future of human simulation / Linda Wilson, Leland Rockstraw, and Gloria F. Donnelly
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