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Learning & Teaching Conference 8 2011: parallel session 24. GOOD MEWS, BAD MEWS. Paul Marshall Kevin Stevenson School of Healthcare. Using simulated learning to increase confidence and decision making skills when managing medical emergencies – third year nursing students. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • GOOD MEWS,BAD MEWSUsing simulated learning to increase confidence and decision making skills when managing medical emergencies third year nursing studentsLearning & Teaching Conference 8 2011: parallel session 24Paul MarshallKevin Stevenson School of Healthcare

  • Learning & Teaching Conference 2011GOOD MEWS, BAD MEWSSession outcomes:

    Briefly discuss simulation as a way to enhance decisionmaking

    Discussion of three simulated case scenarios and organisation of session (Managing Medical Emergencies)

    Consider the use of the ABCDE approach as a clinicalassessment method and the use of MEWS scoring

    Delegates complete MEWS scoring based on a case example

    Summary of student evaluations of the Managing Medical Emergencies simulation sessions

  • Learning & Teaching Conference 2011GOOD MEWS, BAD MEWSSimulation as a learning approach

  • Learning & Teaching Conference 2011GOOD MEWS, BAD MEWSMEWS scoring toolAirwayBreathingCirculationDisabilityExposure

  • Learning & Teaching Conference 2011GOOD MEWS, BAD MEWSThree scenarios: Managing Medical EmergenciesAcute chest pain (acute coronary syndrome)Acute respiratory difficulty Acute post-operative complication - bleedingABCDELUTube - University of LeedsCardiac arresthttp://lutube.leeds.ac.uk/hcspm/videos/4222

  • Learning & Teaching Conference 2011GOOD MEWS, BAD MEWSScenario example:

    Post-operative patient following abdominal surgery(see hand out) In groups of two or three read the patient scenario and using the Modified Early Warning Scoring System (MEWS) decide on the score you would give On warding - Following deterioration - 114

  • Learning & Teaching Conference 2011GOOD MEWS, BAD MEWSMEWS scoring - following deterioration:

  • Learning & Teaching Conference 2011GOOD MEWS, BAD MEWSStudent evaluations (pre-session n = 68):P < 0.001P < 0.001

  • Learning & Teaching Conference 2011GOOD MEWS, BAD MEWSStudent evaluation (cont):Responses 3-5 indicatestudents perceived the session increased their skills highly

  • Learning & Teaching Conference 2011GOOD MEWS, BAD MEWSQualitative statements:Enhanced my knowledge & skillsI feel more confident to spotproblems before they occurMade me realise that I do knowa lot more than I thoughtI feel more confident tohandle emergency situationsI do feel more confident and find simulation is a positive way to learn and develop skills

  • Learning & Teaching Conference 2011GOOD MEWS, BAD MEWSThank you for listening &participatingAny questions

    Paul to introduce*Paul**********