Learning Objective 1: The learner will be able to discuss the impact of video playback during debriefing on student self evaluation.
Learning Objective 2: The learner will be able to examine the challenges to implementing video playback during the debriefing process.
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Objectives: Following presentation the learner will be able to:
1. Discuss the impact of video playback during debriefing on student self evaluation.
2. Examine the challenges to implementing video playback during the debriefing process.
Purpose: The purpose of this research was to determine if the use of video recording with play back during debriefing augments student evaluation of the simulation experience and enhances their ability to identify strengths and areas for growth. Contemporary practice at many simulation centers includes video recording of the simulation in progress. Literature reviews recommend that the recordings be viewed during debriefing following the simulated clinical experience (SCE). However, it has not been determined if the use of recorded simulation during debriefing provides value to students’ evaluation of their performance.
Methods: Baccalaureate nursing students enrolled in a capstone senior practicum were the convenience sample of 82 subjects for the study. All simulations were video-recorded with students randomly assigned to one of 2 debriefing regimens: (1) Discussion Only or (2) Video Playback and Discussion. All students completed the XXXX Evaluation Tool© prior to a faculty facilitated debriefing session. The XXXX Evaluation Tool was again completed following the debriefing session. One qualitative item was included on the evaluation tool asking the following question: “If your self evaluation changed from pre to post debriefing, what made it change and why?”
Results: Using a dependent samples t-test, five objectives on the Evaluation Tool were individually compared from pre to post debriefing for each study group.
Conclusion: This research provides preliminary data to support the value of video playback in student self evaluation of critical thinking skills when video recording of the simulation is viewed during debriefing as compared to discussion alone.
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