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Technology in nursing education: Augmented reality

Emine Pınar Martlı, Nigar Ünlüsoy Dinçer
2021 Pamukkale University Journal of Engineering Sciences  
When database research is conducted with the combinations of "nursing education" and "augmented reality" keywords, it is seen that various augmented reality applications are used for improving English  ...  education, and the results of various studies on this subject.  ...  Aldaz and his team enabled wound care nurses to perform wound evaluation in their pilot study using hands-free wearable technology by developing an application called SnapCap.  ... 
doi:10.5505/pajes.2020.38228 fatcat:qrev7ws2hvb6ni5weaao6na3gq

Virtual Simulation in Nursing Education: A Systematic Review

2021 International Journal of Nursing Education  
Nursing educators and other stakeholders need to support future initiatives in the advancement of virtual simulation and possible inclusion in the nursing curriculum.  ...  With recent advances in computer and information technology over the last few years, there has been an increase in the use of virtual simulation in the field of nursing education.  ...  competencies, and 3. user experience of virtual simulation in nursing education.  ... 
doi:10.37506/ijone.v13i3.16310 fatcat:jhptcp3bond57p5chrcoimclx4

Modernization of Nursing Education and Nurse' It Competence

Danguolė Šakalytė
2015 SOCIETY INTEGRATION EDUCATION Proceedings of the International Scientific Conference  
Nursing schools demonstrate use of recognized approaches to teaching and learning in their programs, including, but not limited to, adult education, self-directed learning, e-learning and clinical simulation  ...  <p class="IATED-Affiliation">The use of technology in nursing is not new; in fact, nurses have become proficient in utilizing and adapting complex technology into caring nursing practice.  ...  Educational technology, through virtual reality and interactive multimedia, is supported as an avenue to bring situated learning into the classroom.  ... 
doi:10.17770/sie2015vol4.412 fatcat:2u4zaysx2fcy5mjua76eztfumq

Incorporating simulation in vascular surgery education

Jean Bismuth, Michael A. Donovan, Marcia K. O'Malley, Hosam F. El Sayed, Joseph J. Naoum, Eric K. Peden, Mark G. Davies, Alan B. Lumsden
2010 Journal of Vascular Surgery  
In an attempt to promote uniformity of training, multiple national organizations are currently delineating standard curricula for each trainee to govern the knowledge and cases required in a vascular residency  ...  The model is often criticized for being somewhat unstructured because a resident's experience is based on what comes through the "door."  ...  , and virtual reality.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jvs.2010.05.093 pmid:20674243 fatcat:cqzptgq5lnewnne7fc3bicn7oa

12 Simulation in medical education—phantoms in medicine [chapter]

2020 Simulations in Medicine  
-wearable simulators Nursing care simulators Nursing care simulators are designed mainly to teach technical skills that nurses should learn to properly care for patients, in particular, learning invasive  ...  Here enhanced reality originally introduced for military purposes (Virtual Fixtures for U.S.  ... 
doi:10.1515/9783110667219-012 fatcat:x2ukct7atjhcjodxltqiporpd4

Comparative effectiveness of instructional design features in simulation-based education: Systematic review and meta-analysis

David A. Cook, Stanley J. Hamstra, Ryan Brydges, Benjamin Zendejas, Jason H. Szostek, Amy T. Wang, Patricia J. Erwin, Rose Hatala
2012 Medical Teacher  
Skills: Subjective (e.g. learner self-report) or objective (e.g. faculty ratings, or objective tests of clinical skills such as computer-scored technique in a virtual reality surgery simulator, or number  ...  16 studies; p ¼ 0.24), and À0.22 for group training (8 studies; p ¼ 0.09).  ...  Declaration of interest: This work was supported by intramural funds, including an award from the Division of General Internal Medicine, Mayo Clinic. The authors report no conflicts of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3109/0142159x.2012.714886 pmid:22938677 fatcat:6rhnghkoxrc7jmkbafdqqnd53y

Factors Influencing The Participation Of Nurses In Knowledge-Sharing Within Mobile Instant Messaging Based Virtual Communities Of Practice: A Qualitative Content Analysis

Saeed Babajani-Vafsi, Jamileh Mokhtari Nouri, Abbas Ebadi, Mitra Zolfaghari
2019 Advances in Medical Education and Practice  
The insights obtained from this study can be a guide for administrators and educators in the nursing profession to facilitate and enhance nurses' participation in knowledge-sharing within MIM-based VCoPs  ...  The emergence of mobile instant messaging (MIM) based virtual communities of practice (VCoPs) has provided new opportunities for nurses to share their knowledge and promote collaborative learning.  ...  Acknowledgments The present study resulted from a Ph.D. thesis in nursing at Baqiyatallah University of Medical Sciences (approval code: 24/416 Dated 15.06.2015).  ... 
doi:10.2147/amep.s222779 pmid:31695551 pmcid:PMC6821066 fatcat:wucwfnc3p5dgbhrkgpf4lofcwu

Computers in Medical Education [chapter]

Parvati Dev, Edward P. Hoffer, G. Octo Barnett
2006 Health Informatics Series  
Dev et al. 1 Although the focus of this chapter is medical education, the underlying concepts and issues apply equally to nursing and health sciences education.  ...  G What are the different learning methods that can be implemented in computer-based education? G How can computer-based simulations supplement students' exposure to clinical practice?  ...  Medicine Meets Virtual Reality. Amsterdam: IOS Press. This volume is one in a series of conference proceedings on the emerging area of virtual environments in training and education. P.  ... 
doi:10.1007/0-387-36278-9_21 fatcat:2aj2qlzmvrbxrilx5ddxna3fre

Computers in Medical Education [chapter]

Parvati Dev, Edward P. Hoffer, G. Octo Barnett
2001 Health Informatics Series  
Dev et al. 1 Although the focus of this chapter is medical education, the underlying concepts and issues apply equally to nursing and health sciences education.  ...  G What are the different learning methods that can be implemented in computer-based education? G How can computer-based simulations supplement students' exposure to clinical practice?  ...  Medicine Meets Virtual Reality. Amsterdam: IOS Press. This volume is one in a series of conference proceedings on the emerging area of virtual environments in training and education. P.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-21721-5_17 fatcat:o3xre2324fdstg5ize5tqxnqxy

A Systematic Review of Augmented Reality in Health Sciences: A Guide to Decision-Making in Higher Education

Carlos Rodríguez-Abad, Josefa-del-Carmen Fernández-de-la-Iglesia, Alba-Elena Martínez-Santos, Raquel Rodríguez-González
2021 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
The objective of this study was to investigate the usability of the augmented reality (AR) in higher education in the area of health sciences to describe what type of interventions have been developed,  ...  As an educational technological tool applied to higher education in health sciences, AR improves the teaching-learning process by influencing it in a multidimensional way.  ...  Nursing students in learning basic clinical skills in the field of clinical training [11] , or to increase realism in a clinical simulation environment where students provide nursing care to a manikin  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph18084262 pmid:33920528 fatcat:dnjzmjtejjgj3l4lss4b6mbhhy

Child sexual abuse: a new approach to professional education

Mike Walsh, Janet Major
2011 Nursing Standard  
This article describes an innovative virtual simulation model developed at the University of Cumbria aimed at helping nurse educators engage students with the complex and challenging topic of child sexual  ...  role to play in caring for survivors.  ... 
doi:10.7748/ns2011.05.25.37.35.c8519 fatcat:lt2x226zmrejrkfkdefsk3unnu

Simulation‐based education for medical radiation students: A scoping review

Minh Chau, Elio Arruzza, Nathan Johnson
2022 Journal of Medical Radiation Sciences  
As an educational tool, simulation exists in many valid forms including role play, interprofessional simulation and virtual reality simulation.  ...  Most studies demonstrated that simulation could improve clinical competence and increase preparedness and confidence for clinical placement.  ...  These studies viewed virtual simulation as an effective educational tool.  ... 
doi:10.1002/jmrs.572 pmid:35178870 fatcat:vubep4g2lvbwpb23yldo3vq7km

Continuing medical education: Global health, global learning

D. Davis
1998 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
of an international network was an international clinical epidemiology programme designed to build clinical epidemiology expertise and infrastructure in countries by developing clinical epidemiology units  ...  , health services research, and other methods to develop rational approaches to health care and clinical decision making.  ...  A motor car for the benefit of the wounded will be run by the Secretary of the Société des Secouristes Français. (BMJ 1898; ii:205)  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmj.316.7128.385 pmid:9487183 pmcid:PMC2665557 fatcat:dmhiaohn4vgjpkn4d46byqs4fe

Contents

2019 2019 IEEE Conference on Virtual Reality and 3D User Interfaces (VR)  
, Woontack Woo Virtual Reality Wound Care Training for Clinical Nursing Education: An Initial User Study .......................................................883 Kup-Sze Choi On Sharing Physical Geometric  ...  .. 889 Feng 889 Dai, Chen Zhu, Yike Ma, Juan Cao, Qiang Zhao, Yongdong Zhang Watching Videos Together in Social Virtual Reality: an Experimental Study on User's QoE ...............................  ... 
doi:10.1109/vr.2019.8797738 fatcat:j7uxdhmw6jezzbnj6oxvdadbcm

Uses of quick response codes in healthcare education: a scoping review

Chiraag Thakrar Karia, Andrew Hughes, Sue Carr
2019 BMC Medical Education  
In addition, the authors aimed to gain information on user perceptions and the challenges faced when implementing QR codes in an educational context.  ...  These included: to increase participant engagement, for simulation training, for just-in-time (JIT) learning and to facilitate with administrative tasks in training.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors wish to thank Pip Divall, clinical librarian at the University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust, for assistance with the development of search terms.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12909-019-1876-4 pmid:31810464 pmcid:PMC6896690 fatcat:4gif2yzs7bdpxjdfs5gdaegc5i
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