CoTL 2024 Posters



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This poster presentation will discuss the implementation of simulation-based education in the undergraduate nursing curriculum to increase preparedness in caring for adolescent patients with symptoms of depression and suicidal ideation. This topic aligns with the conference’s theme by identifying the importance of introducing nursing students to urgent and life-threatening simulated healthcare events prior to graduation. The plan for this presentation is to impart information to others regarding the use of the International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning’s standards of best practice when implementing innovative, simulation-based education for nursing students. The outcome and objectives for this presentation is to provide awareness on how our faculty implemented these simulation-based experiences in our program, to describe the standards of best practice for implementing this innovative type of education using our University’s Simulation Program, and to disseminate our progress and findings to other members of regional institutions of higher education.

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simulation-based education, nursing, maternal-child health care


Curriculum and Instruction | Curriculum and Social Inquiry | Educational Methods | Educational Technology | Higher Education | Maternal, Child Health and Neonatal Nursing | Medical Education | Mental and Social Health

Using Simulation to Enhance Undergraduate Nursing Education