Research has emphasized the benefits of incorporating a well-structured pre-brief and debrief into a simulation learning experience. Current themes in the literature suggest a lack of resources offered to simulation instructors, resulting in inconsistent pre-briefing and debriefing approaches amongst instructors. Ultimately, the learner suffers, compromising the knowledge and skills taken into the clinical setting. The primary purpose of this Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) project was to create an educational intervention for novice certified registered nurse anesthetists (CRNA) who are new to being a simulation educator. The intervention will utilize a self-paced teaching module with embedded videos and active learning to highlight key concepts for best practices in pre-briefing and debriefing.
Bishop, Alexis and Frugoli, Ashley, "Development of an Evidence-Based Teaching Module Using Educational Videos for the Novice CRNA Simulation Educators" (2023). DNP Scholarly Projects. 24.