Our Project

OBJECTIVES:

Simulation provides health care students with opportunities to practice their clinical and decision-making skills through various real-life situational experiences. The project will provide our group of teachers and students with simulation package tools; selected simulation scenarios with real actors to help increasing their ability to cope with this violent healthcare environment and foster a safe environment for patients and staff.

ACTIVITIES:

Nursing and paramedic studies requires complex combinations of knowledge, performance, skills and attitudes to provide care to the patients. Our activities will help in developing self-confidence among students by helping students to make the link between theory and practical and increase their ability to deal with violence. As a result of role playing, it will help in the development of critical thinking by students and teachers (to understand how simulation can help them).

RESULTS:

The project will to create a simulation scenarios package for training teachers with students.

  • The packages of various simulation scenarios for teachers and students of nursing and paramedic students on an elearning
    platform,
  • Manual for training the teachers of nursing and paramedic students for simulation education,
  • A train the trainer course for supporting teachers who are responsible for education nursing and paramedic programmes.

Project Consortium

Munster Technological University (MTU), Ireland

Johanniter-Unfall-Hilfe e.V., Germany

Danmar Computers, Poland

Swietokrzyskie Stowarzyszenie Inicjatyw Spolecznych (SSIS), Poland

Medical College (VSZ), Czech Republic

International Network for Health Workforce Education (INHWE), Cyprus

News

SimPRENA Newsletter

The SimPRENA project has just kicked off and we aim to keep interested colleagues updated with four newsletters throughout the duration of the two year project. The newsletters will be translated into five languages and if you would like to receive the newsletter and links to the five translations please complete a short sign up …