Using a Simulation Clinical Teaching Model to Increase Faculty Capacity in an Undergraduate Nursing Education Program
Principal Investigator: Hila Richardson, R.N., Dr.PH, FAAN, Professor and Associate Dean for Undergraduate Program
Program Evaluator: Lloyd Goldsamt, Ph.D., National Development of Research Institutes
The study team is evaluating the impact of substituting clinical simulation experiences for half of the traditional clinical days in the hospital for the medical surgical rotation for all nursing students at NYU (approximately 200 per year). Dr. Lloyd Goldsamt of the National Development of Research Institutes is conducting the mixed quantitative/qualitative evaluation to assess the overall impact of simulation on teaching productivity, quality of faculty work-life, and student educational measures. An appropriate university nursing school has been incorporated as the comparison group in the quasi-experimental design.