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Hello Dr. and  class,

Simulation has been around for quite some time, as I remember going to the lab while in nursing school to practice my nursing skills. I don’t know what I would have done without the simulation lab. Considering simulation has been around for some time now, it is evident that integrating it in nursing education and clinical practice improves the nursing skill set. For one, it allows for hands-on without any risk to the patient or the organization. Also, simulation provides quick feedback allows for practice learning, also known as repetition and deliberate practice (Kiernan, 2018). Simulation offers the student the option to practice at their own pace, a more individualized approach, with flexibility and creating a non-judgmental environment, allowing the student to practice at their own pace and with the fear of being judged
Nevertheless, with the advancement of technology, we can now simulate more than before, and I am almost sure it will only become more advanced with time. According to Dube et al. (2020), it’s becoming more and more common to utilize simulation to test and improve healthcare processes and systems. I no longer work in a clinical environment; however, I can see where simulation training can educate new employees. Our state mandates us to maintain accreditation, yet it is a daunting task for new and seasoned employees who do not have much experience with the accreditation process.
The accreditation process touches almost every department within the organization. It is all about healthcare quality and keeping the patient safe. We can use the virtual reality simulations methodology to educate the team. The use of case studies to teach the standards themselves and create and identify processes to meet the requirements. It will help the team think creatively and critically when applying the criteria to our everyday operations. A study by Labrague (2021) asserts that simulation training can assist with building leadership skills, working with inter-professional health teams, and making critical decisions. These skills are vital when employing the accreditation process. It is an excellent way to enhance non-technical abilities in patient care and focus on quality improvement.
I can implement the process by working collaboratively with other departments, especially the training department, to develop the training. Of course, I would need to get buy-in from leadership and other stakeholders across the organization. I can argue to the administration that it will change critical thinking, reasoning, and application skills with real-world experience for accreditation. Also, simulation is becoming more common in healthcare settings to help staff improve their skills and make better decisions (Chamberlain, 2018). Lastly, I will use the formative and summative evaluation approaches. I want to provide feedback to the participants throughout, and I also would like to do a pre and post-test to evaluate the participants’ knowledge before and after. 

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