Nursing Student Perceptions of the Effects of Interprofessional Communication and Teamwork on Time to Rescue
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Simulation has been used in healthcare and other industries for many years. Advances in technology have made simulation a feasible teaching/learning pedagogy for undergraduate nursing students. Healthcare delivery continues to evolve and patient care provided by a team of professionals has emerged as one of the best ways to positively impact patient outcomes. While simulation and interprofessional education research is established in multiple healthcare disciplines, their effects on patient outcomes has not been thoroughly studied. The simulation scenario for this research study was designed to replicate an acute exacerbation of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and associated anxiety in a simulated patient. This study will add to the science of nursing by exploring the effects of interprofessional communication and teamwork on time to rescue a simulated patient.
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Introduction -- Review of literature -- Methodology -- Results -- Discussion -- Appendix A. Letter of support -- Appendix B. Demographic and Survey -- Appendix C. Simulation Time Line -- Appendix D. Role of the Respiratory Therapy -- Appendix E. Senior Level Nursing Student Volunteer -- Appendix F. Time to Rescue Log -- Appendix G. Consent for Participation in a Research Study -- Appendix H. Intervention Group Teamwork Pre-Briefing -- Appendix I. Report for Students -- Appendix J. Interprofessional Communication and Teamwork Debriefing Questions -- Appendix K. Permission to Use Self-Assessment Tool -- Appendix L. Institutional Review Board Approval
Ph.D. ( Doctor of Philosophy)