Simulation Learning System for Lewis et al: Medical-Surgical Nursing (User Guide and Access Code), 8th Edition
Assessment and Management of Clinical Problems
The Simulation Learning System (SLS) integrates simulation technology into your medical-surgical nursing course with realistic patient care scenarios and supportive learning resources that correspond to your Lewis: Medical-Surgical Nursing, 8th Edition text. The SLS offers: targeted reading assignments and critical thinking exercises to prepare you for the simulation experience; access to patient data with a shift report and fully-functional electronic health record (EHR); skills drills for perfecting your techniques; post-simulation exercises like charting and concept mapping; and review resources such as animations and text references. Using SLS helps bridge the gap between lecture and clinical to prepare you for the real world of nursing. STUDENT ACCESS ONLY - INSTITUTIONAL LICENSE REQUIRED.
- 51 online evidence-based simulation scenarios with QSEN-based performance objectives
- Skills drills mini-scenarios that focus on applying a single skill
- Electronic health record powered by SimChart
- Pre- and post-simulation activities to help you prepare for simulation and reinforce your understanding after simulation
By Sharon L. Lewis, RN, PhD, FAAN, Research Professor, Castella Distinguished Professor, School of Nursing, University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, San Antonio, TX; Valerie Howard; Lori Schumacher, RN, MS, CCRN, Associate Professor, Medical College of Georgia School of Nursing, Augusta, GA and Daniel Weberg