Simulation scenarios for nurse educators: Making it REAL
Co-Editors: Suzanne Campbell, Karen Daley
Chapter 4, Joyce Shea (with Suzanne Campbell and Laurence Miners)
Chapter 17, Joyce Shea
Joyce Shea is a contributing author, "Faculty learning communities: An innovative approach to faculty development," Chapter 4, pp. 33-42 (with Suzanne Campbell and Laurence Miners) and "Assessing a patient with a mood disorder," Chapter 17, pp. 179-190.
Book description: Computerized patient simulation is an exciting and innovative pedagogical method that allows nurse educators to prepare student nurses for the challenges of clinical practice. This book serves as a step-by-step guide to designing and developing simulated scenarios, and integrating them into nursing curriculums. The authors provide concrete information about the use of simulation in a variety of programs, courses, and schools with flexible simulator uses, including live actors and static mannequins. This book also provides options for building a learning resource center, and offers guidance on faculty development. Additionally, the contributors present 17 exemplars of actual scenarios in multiple clinical areas, as well as testimonies of practicing faculty.
Shea, Joyce M., Campbell, Suzanne H., & Miners, Laurence (2009). Chapter 4 – Faculty learning communities: An innovative approach to faculty development and Shea, Joyce M. (2008). Chapter 17 – Assessing a patient with a mood disorder. In Suzanne H. Campbell & Karen Daley (Eds.), Simulation scenarios for nurse educators:Making it REAL, NY: Springer Publishing Company, Inc.
Campbell, Suzanne H.; Daley, Karen; Shea, Joyce M.; and Miners, Laurence, "Simulation scenarios for nurse educators: Making it REAL" (2009). Nursing and Health Studies Faculty Book Gallery. 33.