- Meet clinical instructor at the IPE Simulation Center by your scheduled start time
dressed in uniform following the Kettering College Nursing Student dress code.
- Actively participate in the simulation experience and debriefing.
- Write a 3-4 page paper (excluding title and reference pages; using APA format) reflecting on
the experience that demonstrates critical thinking in addressing the following:
a. Describe how your team used inter-professional communication and collaborative
skills to optimize patient outcomes. Provide a specific example experienced during the simulation experience. Use an appropriate and professional literature
resource to support your discussion.
b. Describe how professionalism and Christian care was utilized during the simulation
experience. Provide a specific example experienced during the simulation experience. Use an appropriate and professional literature resource to support your
c. Describe how the simulation experience will influence your nursing practice in
relation to teamwork, communication, and delegation.
d. Choose one patient that you think was the highest priority. Explain why the patient is
priority over the other patients. Identify the nursing interventions you implemented
for the chosen patient and explain the rationale for each intervention. Use an
appropriate and professional literature resource to support your discussion.
e. Describe how you utilized your areas of strength during the simulation.
f. Describe how you will strengthen your areas of weakness.
g. If you could repeat this experience, what would you do different? Why?
- Submit your paper as a Word document (.doc or .docx) in Canvas within 1 week of
participating in the Cox Simulation.
*You must attend the Cox Simulation at your scheduled time. There is no opportunity to make up the experience. If you do not attend the Cox Simulation, you cannot complete this assignment.
See Rubric for grading criteria
The simulation experience is designed to enable the student to achieve the following Course Learning Outcomes:
CLO 1 Use inter-professional communication and collaborative skills to optimize patient outcomes. (IO I)
CLO 7 Exemplify professionalism and Christian caring in all interactions with faculty, clinical instructors, peers, patients, and members of health care team. (IO C)
CLO8 Participate in simulation exercises to access and analyze data relevant to patient care. (IO I)
This simulation experience is designed to enable the student to achieve the following End of Program Student Learning Outcomes:
- Synthesizes knowledge from the arts and sciences and from nursing theory, practice, and evidenced-based research to provide and to manage the health care needs of diverse community populations, patients, and families across the continuum of health care.
- Uses professional nursing judgment, informed by Christian principles, moral and ethical reasoning, professional nursing standards, and evidence-based practice to promote health, prevent disease, and provide safe, competent, whole-person nursing care across the continuum of health care.
- Is a compassionate and conscientious nurse who serves humanity and the profession of nursing in the spirit of Christian caring.
- Uses written, verbal, non-verbal, and emerging technological methods to communicate effectively in the provision, management, and coordination health care across the life span.
- Functions as a collaborative member of the interdisciplinary health care team to promote health, prevent disease, and provide evidence-based nursing care to individuals, families, communities, and populations across the continuum of health care.
- Incorporates leadership and management skills, and an understanding of organizations, to promote safety and quality care for individuals, families, communities, and populations.
- Designs care based upon an understanding of how regulatory policies, economic, political, and socio-cultural forces directly and indirectly influence the health care system and professional nursing practice.
- Engages in learning-centered experiences that promote lifelong personal and professional growth within the scope of baccalaureate nursing practice.