Widening access to SHINE (Simulation to Help in Neonatal Emergencies) to include QIS students
Simulation is known to improve clinical skills and team communication. This article describes how an existing full-day simulation and workshop-based course, originally designed for post-graduate doctors-in-training, was adapted to provide educational opportunities and experiential learning for nurses undertaking the qualified in specialty (QIS) course. This also gave the doctors-in-training a more authentic multidisciplinary approach to clinical scenarios.Jessica Groucutt
Specialty Trainee in Paediatrics, West Midlands Deanery
Band 7 Nurse Educator
Clinical Director, Neonatal Consultant and Programme Director for Postgraduate Neonatal Simulation, West Midlands Deanery
Neonatal Department, Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHS FT
Groucutt J., Bradford J., Nash M. Widening access to SHINE (Simulation to Help in Neonatal Emergencies) to include QIS students. Infant 2024;20(1):25-28.
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