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5 slides Poster6: Nursing simulation education current and future perspective in middle income countries (Kamberi, Fatjona; Ramaj, Alida)
1:30pm - 2:15pm
Location:CHUV auditorium Auguste Tissot
Nursing simulation education current and future perspective in middle income countries
Fatjona Kamberi1, Alida Ramaj2
1Research Centre of Public Health, Faculty of Health, University of Vlora ”Ismail Qemali “Albania; 2Berner Bildungszentrum Pflege, Bern, Swizerland
Nursing Education internationally has shown increased use of simulation and immersive education as a state-of-the-art learning process that helps students to gain and foster the clinical experience in a safe environment. Different studies have demonstrated that nursing students are satisfied with this learning approach. While nursing faculties in low and middle-income countries with fewer resources are trying to develop their simulation centers to improve nursing education and the quality of care provided globally. A short web-based survey was carried out among Albanian nursing educators to assess current capacities and their training education needs for simulation education. 31% of participants do not feel at all familiar with the simulation education approach. 54% have expressed neutrality in relation to didactic skills in relation while 52% have reported not having enough knowledge of simulation education and clarity in relation to the stages of educational framework simulation. 93% expressed the need for educational training courses for simulation education methodology in teaching. The mentioned needs were in the function of quality and competitive nursing teaching and learning as well as advantages of the rapid integration of nursing students into the global labor market. Designing a basic training curriculum for staff related to nursing education simulation is recommended.