2012
DOI: 10.1590/s0103-21002012000400022
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A experiência clínica simulada no ensino de enfermagem: retrospectiva histórica

Abstract: Objectives: To specify the ritual of teaching basic nursing procedures, analyze the implications of their use and discuss their pertinence, in the face of the current contexts for teaching and for practice. Methods: A historical-social study of rituals incorporated in the teaching method of nursing theory-practice, in Portugal and Brazil. As primary sources, we used written documents (letters, brochures, manuals) and photographs, and as secondary sources: textbooks, master's theses, doctoral dissertations and … Show more

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“…Simulation has proven to be an excellent strategy for competency building in nursing students, [2,19,28,37] as well as for improving nurses' self-confidence [7-9, 14, 37-40] to respond to emergency situations, which was also evident in this study. The possibility of training in safe simulated environments and being able to make errors without direct risks to the patients promoted students' learning.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 58%
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“…Simulation has proven to be an excellent strategy for competency building in nursing students, [2,19,28,37] as well as for improving nurses' self-confidence [7-9, 14, 37-40] to respond to emergency situations, which was also evident in this study. The possibility of training in safe simulated environments and being able to make errors without direct risks to the patients promoted students' learning.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 58%
“…Again, repeated practice seems to positively influence self-confidence, as mentioned by other authors. [2,19] This deliberate practice helps to develop structured thinking and consolidate the sequence of actions, especially patient assessment.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Almost all studies included in this SLR mention the importance of communication, leadership, and teamwork training. [4,5,11,13,16,18,22,[24][25][26]29] Simulation-based training is an important pedagogical tool to consolidate knowledge, [30,31] develop acute care skills, maintain proficiency, [30,[32][33][34] and produce leaders. [35][36][37][38][39] Communication and leadership are two closely related concepts, [13] to the extent that effective leadership requires effective communication [4,10,11,19,24,26] at different levels: to collect and process data; [14] to make quick [13,22] and correct decisions; [16,19,22] to achieve a more effective teamwork; [13,17,23,25] to motivate the team; [14] to improve the overall quality of the response; [4,14,15,20,24,29] and to ...…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%