Developing and testing transferability and feasibility of a model for educators using simulation-based learning — A European collaboration

  • Rikke Buus Bøye
  • Andrew Bland
  • Andrew Sutton
  • Tina Hartvigsen
  • Leena Hannula
  • Jaana Maija Koivistoc
  • Eija Raussi-Lehtoc
  • Stephen Prescott
Nøgleord: Simulation-based learning, educators’ competencies, European model Feasibility, Transferability

Resumé

Objectives: The objectives of the study were to develop a model to educate the educators who deliver simulation-based learning and to test to which extent this model could be transferred to education providers in different national settings.

Methods: This model, its transferability and feasibility, was tested across three European countries. Educators from three Schools of Nursing participated in the study. Design-based Research was used as an overall methodology. Data were collected by the use of pre- and post-programme questionnaires and focus groups.

Results: The content of the NESTLED model is consistent with the needs of the participants. The testing also demonstrated that the model is transferable across-countries. Additionally, the participants' preferences regarding amount of time and pre-reading for the different sessions vary depending on the background and level of seniority of the individual participant.

Conclusion: The testing of the NESTLED model demonstrated that participants gained confidence and knowledge from undertaking the programme. Delivering the NESTLED model across-countries was found to be feasible, but flexibility is required in terms of logistical delivery of the programme.

Publiceret
2019-02-23
Citation/Eksport
Bøye, R., Bland, A., Sutton, A., Hartvigsen, T., Hannula, L., Koivistoc, J., Raussi-Lehtoc, E., & Prescott, S. (2019). Developing and testing transferability and feasibility of a model for educators using simulation-based learning — A European collaboration. Sundhedsprofessionelle Studier, 3(1). Hentet fra https://tidsskrift.dk/Sundhedsprofessionnelle_studier/article/view/112283
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