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Comparison of Baccalaureate Nursing Students' Experience of Video-Assisted Debriefing vs. Oral Debriefing Following High-Fidelity Human Simulation

Comparison of Baccalaureate Nursing Students' Experience of Video-Assisted Debriefing vs. Oral Debriefing Following High-Fidelity Human Simulation
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Author(s): Colleen Royle (Minnesota State University, Mankato, USA) and Kathleen Hargiss (Independent Researcher, USA)
Copyright: 2021
Pages: 10
Source title: Research Anthology on Nursing Education and Overcoming Challenges in the Workplace
Source Author(s)/Editor(s): Information Resources Management Association (USA)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-9161-1.ch004

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Abstract

High-Fidelity Human Simulation (HFHS) is used in many disciplines, including nursing, as an innovative teaching pedagogy that offers an active learning process. The simulation process involves a number of stages with the most critical stage identified as debriefing. The main focus of debriefing is to stimulate reflection and encourage communication while exploring the emotions of the participants. These emotions assist in framing the experience that aids in enhancement of learning for the student. This quantitative, quasi-experimental study explored the comparison of two debriefing processes, video-assisted and oral, by assessing the students' opinion of the debriefing experience and the students' rating of the importance of the debriefing experience. Participants were first semester baccalaureate nursing students. The overall finding and the four subscales for both dependent variables showed no statistical significance. This article provides further evidence to guide educators to a preferred method of debriefing students after a simulated experience.

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