Dwyer, TA and Levett-Jones, T and Flenady, T and Reid-Searl, K and Andersen, P and Guinea, S and Heaton, L and Applegarth, J, Responding to the unexpected: tag team patient safety simulation, Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 36 pp. 8-17. ISSN 1876-1402 (2019) [Refereed Article]
Methods: This descriptive study examined nursing students' (n = 721) satisfaction with the TTPSS and validated the Satisfaction with Patient Safety Simulation Experience Scale (SPSSES).
Results: Students reported higher levels of overall satisfaction with TTPSS. Themes from open-ended responses, Observing and being observed and Learning to respond to unexpected, provided insight to the satisfying components of the learning experience.
Conclusions:The SPSSES is a valid survey instrument, verifying student's satisfaction with this large group simulation approach in preparing them to respond to patient safety issues.
|Item Type:||Refereed Article|
|Keywords:||nursing satisfaction, patients safety, study and teaching, nursing students, patient safetyTag Team Patient Safety Simulation (TTPSS)large group simulation nursing education satisfaction|
|Research Group:||Curriculum and pedagogy|
|Research Field:||Medicine, nursing and health curriculum and pedagogy|
|Objective Group:||Provision of health and support services|
|UTAS Author:||Reid-Searl, K (Professor Kerry Reid-Searl)|
|Web of Science® Times Cited:||5|
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