Brooklyn Technical High School, Brooklyn, New York, New York
October 26, 2018
October 26, 2018
October 27, 2018
The goal this summer was to research and investigate solutions to limitations in teaching nursing practices using a combination of audio, electrical, and mechanical engineering. The issues raised came from Notre Dame of Maryland University faculty who have practiced many years in the nursing field and nursing education and are now ensuring that nursing students receive the most realistic simulations. Students will have a more seamless transition from simulation to performing procedures on patients with enhanced simulations that allow them to practice as safely and realistically as possible.
The three projects we chose to focus on are not meant to be a new frontier in medicine, but they are steps to educating better nurses so that they are better prepared when they become our caregivers.
Herbster, M. M., & Keilson, S. (2018, October), Enhancing Simulated Environments for Nursing Education and Practices Paper presented at 2018 Mid Atlantic Section Fall Meeting, Brooklyn Technical High School, Brooklyn, New York, New York. https://peer.asee.org/31451
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