Getting Started. Simulation #1: Data Collection/Assessment 7 medication Administration (Adult). Simulation #2: Data Collection/Assessment & Medication Administration (Pediatric). Simulation #3: Integumentary/Wound Care (Adult). Simulation #4: Immune/Cancer (Adult). Simulation #5: Respiratory/RSV (Infant). Simulation #6: Cardiac/Myocardial Infarction (Adult). Simulation #7: Endocrine/Diabetic (Pediatric). Simulation #8: Urinary/Pylenophritis (Adult). Simulation #9: Neurological/CVI. Simulation #10: Gastrointestinal/Hypovolemia (Pediatric). Appendix A: References. Appendix B: Basic Simulation Laboratory Supply List. Appendix C: Needed Simulation Supply List. Appendix D: Human Patient Simulator (HPS) Confidentiality Agreement. Appendix E: Sample Nurses Notes. Appendix F: Intake and Output. Appendix G: Sample Physician Order Sheet.
About the Author
Tammy J. Hale has been a nursing instructor at Minnesota State Community and Technical College in Wadena, Minnesota since 2005. Her clinical background is in critical care, specifically the emergency department. She has written many simulations for use in her teaching practice and uses simulation scenarios on a regular basis. Ms. Hale received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing from the University of North Dakota in 1998 and she is currently a graduate student at Minnesota State University Moorhead, pursuing a Masters Degree in nursing education and expected to graduate in the spring of 2010.
Patricia M. Ahlschlager currently teaches for Minnesota State Community and Technical College in Wadena, Minnesota. She has thirty-two years of nursing experience in teaching, management, IV therapy specialty and critical care. Ms. Ahlschlager received her diploma in nursing from Rapid City Regional School of Nursing, her Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing from Denver Metropolitan State College and her Masters Degree in Nurse Educator from Minnesota State University Moorhead, Minnesota. Her graduate thesis was titled, "Student Satisfaction with Simulation in Nursing Curriculum".