This subject contains a 3 day Compulsory Residential School.
At the compulsory residential school, students will undertake simulation learning experiences in the simulation spaces, which may be permanent nursing labs each campus and/or other simulation learning spaces that replicate where nurses may work.
Each of the clinical case studies or health-related scenarios used to support the simulation learning experiences will focus on the role as a nurse. While there is at times consideration of the multidisciplinary team in the scenarios, and includes a hybrid approach that includes the lecturer/facilitator employing more than one type of simulation and to complete the whole scenario/to finish the scenario repetitive.
There are many different simulation approaches used in the SNMIH, including peer-to-peer, task trainers, role playing, human patient simulators, actors and computer-based simulation.
Students may find the clinical case study or health-related scenario, used as part of the simulation learning experience, includes a hybrid approach that includes the lecturer / facilitator employs more than one type of simulation.
To complete the whole scenario, students may move from one learning station to the next to finish the scenario.