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Using simulation pedagogy in nursing to enhance learning through assessment (2015)
Presentation / Conference
Berragan, E., Short, H., & Grindrod, E. (2015, September). Using simulation pedagogy in nursing to enhance learning through assessment. Paper presented at NET2015

Engagement with professional practice learning introduced through simulation, which includes peer and formative assessment and builds towards summative assessment in clinical practice, is central to the undergraduate nursing curriculum at UWE and at... Read More about Using simulation pedagogy in nursing to enhance learning through assessment.

Low fidelity interdisciplinary ward simulation for patient safety: how feasible and effective is it in undergraduate healthcare training? (2015)
Presentation / Conference
Kennedy, J., Berragan, E., & Ellis, A. (2015, June). Low fidelity interdisciplinary ward simulation for patient safety: how feasible and effective is it in undergraduate healthcare training?. Paper presented at ASME 2015 and SESAM 2015

It has been shown that UK nursing and medical students feel un-prepared for registered practice and foundation jobs (Whitehead and Holmes, 2011; Goldacre et al., 2010). A key reason for this is lack of experience in prioritisation, difficulties mana... Read More about Low fidelity interdisciplinary ward simulation for patient safety: how feasible and effective is it in undergraduate healthcare training?.