- Student must be in uniform in its entirety, including student badge. Hair & jewelry must follow the student clinical handbook guidelines.
- Students are expected to have clinical tools including, but not limited to, stethoscope, writing utensil, pen light and resources.
- Students are expected to participate either in the scenario or during observation.
- Simulation participation is important to the learning. Despite the “simulated” activity, it is vital that the student do as little “pretending” as possible. For example, if a medication is to be given, the expectation is that the student will either “know” the rate of administration or look it up. The port will be cleaned with actual alcohol and all medication safety checks will be followed.
- Students are expected to maintain a professional attitude and avoid disruptive behavior
- Each simulation is a confidential scenario including student performance and activities. Commonly students want to help fellow students by providing information about the simulation. This sharing of information denies students the opportunity to develop their only critical thinking skills. It is important to keep details classified.
“What happens in the Sim Room, Stays in the Sim Room”