Affiliation: Monash University
- Managing deteriorating patients: registered nurses' performance in a simulated settingSimon Cooper
Monash University, School of Nursing Gippsland, Churchill, Victoria, 3842, Australia
Open Nurs J 5:120-6. 2011..To examine, in a simulated environment, rural nurses' ability to assess and manage patient deterioration using measures of knowledge, situation awareness and skill performance...
- Measuring non-technical skills of medical emergency teams: an update on the validity and reliability of the Team Emergency Assessment Measure (TEAM)Simon J Cooper
School of Nursing and Midwifery, Monash University, 100 Clyde Road, Berwick, Victoria 3806, Australia School of Nursing and Midwifery, University of Brighton, UK Electronic address
Resuscitation 85:31-3. 2014..001), a Cronbach alpha of 0.92 and adequate construct validity. The tool has potential for team training to improve team's non-technical performance. Further testing is required in 'real' clinical settings. ..
- Managing patient deterioration: assessing teamwork and individual performanceSimon Cooper
Monash University, School of Nursing and Midwifery, 100 Clyde Rd, Berwick, Victoria 3806, Australia
Emerg Med J 30:377-81. 2013..To assess the ability of rural Australian nurse teams to manage deteriorating patients...
- Managing patient deterioration: a protocol for enhancing undergraduate nursing students' competence through web-based simulation and feedback techniquesSimon Cooper
School of Nursing and Midwifery, PO Box 1071, 100 Clyde Rd, Narre Warren, Vic, 3805, Australia
BMC Nurs 11:18. 2012..abstract:..
- Managing women with acute physiological deterioration: student midwives performance in a simulated settingSimon Cooper
Monash University School of Nursing and Midwifery, Gippsland Churchill, Victoria 3842, Australia
Women Birth 25:e27-36. 2012..In a simulated setting our objective was to assess student midwives' ability to assess, and manage maternal deterioration using measures of knowledge, situation awareness and skill, performance...
- Clinical decision-making: midwifery students' recognition of, and response to, post partum haemorrhage in the simulation environmentJulie Scholes
Centre for Nursing and Midwifery Research, University of Brighton, Mayfield House, Village Way, Brighton, UK
BMC Pregnancy Childbirth 12:19. 2012..Although this figure is far higher in developing countries, the risk to maternal wellbeing and child health problem means that all midwives need to remain vigilant and respond appropriately to early signs of maternal deterioration...
- The FIRST²ACT simulation program improves nursing practice in a rural Australian hospitalLeigh Kinsman
School of Rural Health, Monash University, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Aust J Rural Health 20:270-4. 2012....
- Simulation based learning in midwifery education: a systematic reviewSimon Cooper
Monash University, School of Nursing Gippsland, Churchill, Victoria 3842, Australia
Women Birth 25:64-78. 2012..To critically examine the evidence for simulation based learning in midwifery education...
- Patient deterioration simulation experiences: impact on teaching and learningPenny Buykx
School of Rural Health, Monash University, PO Box 666 Bendigo, Victoria 3552, Australia
Collegian 19:125-9. 2012..The model has been tested in three different settings: it is highly acceptable to learners, adaptable to different training needs, and shows promise in improving actual clinical performance...
- The perspectives of Australian midwifery academics on barriers and enablers for simulation in midwifery education in Australia: a focus group studyStephanie Fox-Young
The University of Queensland, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Herston Campus, Herston, QLD 4029, Australia
Midwifery 28:495-501. 2012..to describe Australian midwifery academics' perceptions of the current barriers and enablers for simulation in midwifery education in Australia and the potential and resources required for simulation to be increased...
- Managing the deteriorating patient in a simulated environment: nursing students' knowledge, skill and situation awarenessSimon Cooper
School of Nursing and Midwifery, Monash University, Gippsland Campus, Churchill, Vic, Australia
J Clin Nurs 19:2309-18. 2010..To examine, in a simulated environment, the ability of final-year nursing students to assess, identify and respond to patients either deteriorating or at risk of deterioration...
- Simulation: can it eliminate failure to rescue?Simon Cooper
Monash University, Victoria, Australia
Nurs Times 107:18-20. 2011....
- Situation awareness in undergraduate nursing students managing simulated patient deteriorationLisa McKenna
School of Nursing and Midwifery, Monash University, Clayton Campus, Australia Electronic address
Nurse Educ Today 34:e27-31. 2014..Nursing work often occurs in complex and potentially hazardous settings. Awareness of patient and practice environments is an imperative for nurses in practice...
- Is simulation a substitute for real life clinical experience in midwifery? A qualitative examination of perceptions of educational leadersLisa McKenna
Monash University, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Clayton, Victoria, Australia
Nurse Educ Today 31:682-6. 2011..There is a need for research and development of realistic simulation approaches to support the enhanced use of simulation. Furthermore, strategies for developing approaches that reflect midwifery care provision need to be developed...
- Developing team based acute care scenarios: a rural hospital experienceKaren Missen
School of Nursing and Midwifery, Monash University, Gippsland Campus, Northways Road, Churchill, VIC 3842, Australia
Int Emerg Nurs 21:186-9. 2013..Simulated scenarios with a patient actor in a rural hospital have been utilised in this study to provide nurses with the opportunity to work as a team in the early recognition and management of patients with acute medical conditions...
- Assessing preregistration nursing students' clinical competence: a systematic review of objective measuresRobyn Cant
School of Nursing and Midwifery, Monash University, Clayton, Victoria, Australia
Int J Nurs Pract 19:163-76. 2013..This paper describes methods of instrument development and reports on their application in preregistration nursing programs...
- Mixed methods research: a design for emergency care research?Simon Cooper
Monash University, School of Nursing Gippsland, Churchill, Victoria 3820, Australia
Emerg Med J 28:682-5. 2011..The use of mixed methods in clinical studies is increasing, aiming to answer questions such as 'how many' and 'why' in the same study, and as such are an important and useful approach to many key questions in emergency care...
- Rating medical emergency teamwork performance: development of the Team Emergency Assessment Measure (TEAM)Simon Cooper
School of Nursing and Midwifery, Monash University, Gippsland Campus, Churchill, Victoria 3842, Australia
Resuscitation 81:446-52. 2010..To develop a valid, reliable and feasible teamwork assessment measure for emergency resuscitation team performance...
- The reality of clinical learning in critical care settings: a practitioner:student gap?Ruth Endacott
Clinical Nursing, La Trobe University, Bendigo, Victoria, Australia
J Clin Nurs 12:778-85. 2003..The authors discuss the impact this has on supernumerary status, perceptions of learning and opportunities to undertake placements...
- Developing advanced rural nursing practice: a whole new scope of responsibilityRobyn Cant
School of Nursing and Midwifery, Monash University, Churchill, VIC 3842, Australia
Collegian 18:177-82. 2011..Defined role boundaries, role responsibilities and dedicated advanced practice positions will be required to achieve implementation of the role...
- The value of peer learning in undergraduate nursing education: a systematic reviewRobyn Stone
Monash University, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Berwick Campus, 100 Clyde Road, Berwick 3806, Australia
ISRN Nurs 2013:930901. 2013..Peer learning was shown to be as effective as the conventional classroom lecture method in teaching undergraduate nursing students...
- The divided self: near death experiences of resuscitated patients--a review of literatureRobyn Cant
School of Nursing and Midwifery, Monash University Clayton, Victoria 3168, Australia
Int Emerg Nurs 20:88-93. 2012..Nurses can support patients during a time of crisis by assisting them and their families to comprehend the experiential event using effective communication and listening skill...