Can we have another go after the debrief please? The genesis of the redo station

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    Our second year nursing students expressed the desire to repeat their high technology simulation scenarios after their debrief. Now our third year nursing students proceed to a newly created After Action Review ‘redo station': an educational experience occurring immediately after their simulation debriefing. Scoresby and Shelton (2014) demonstrated how students can improve their learning when they are thinking about their thoughts and become more aware of their reflective abilities and how to apply those abilities. The experience without the pressure or feeling like they were being assessed was perceived as less stressful than when doing the original simulation scenario and debrief (Ignacio et al., 2016; Levett-Jones & Lapkin, 2013).

    Original languageEnglish
    Number of pages1
    Publication statusPublished - May 2017
    Event7th International Clinical Skills Conference - Prato, Italy
    Duration: 21 May 201724 May 2017


    Conference7th International Clinical Skills Conference


    • clinical skills
    • nursing students
    • redo station


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