Summary: Systematic Role Play

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SECTION C: SYSTEMATIC ROLE PLAY
Fatemeh Vizeshfar, Fereshteh Dehghanrad, Mahboobeh Magharei, Seyed Mohammad Javad Sobhani (2016), The quasi-experimental study was conducted to compare the effect of lecture and role playing education on nursing students ' learning and to determine the relationship between students ' characteristics and scores of theoretical exam and their role playing checklist. This study was consisting of 228 nursing students which were enrolled in the third semester undergraduate training in Shiraz nursing faculty. This intervention was carried out in the course of learning process and principals of patient training. The results was included on 127 female students (57%) and 101 male students (44.3%) were consisting samples
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Role play is a teaching strategy that encourages describing, explaining, and implementing professional practice. Although the general use of role-play as an educational tool by disciplines is noted in the literature, there appears to be limited literature to provide guidance on the best practices and use of role play assignments in high fidelity simulations. One such area is nursing high fidelity 22 simulator role play, specifically role play of the primary nurse, secondary nurse or nurse assistant, and Observer who are providing, assisting, or analyzing the care of…show more content…
Alternate assessment strategies in teaching are important in 33 order to potentially increase the evidence base for best practices as discussed by Chickering and Gamson (1987). Best teaching practices will contribute to the scholarship of teaching and ultimately the quality of education for nurses in the future. The future of nursing should integrate a variety of learning activities designed to achieve specific learning outcomes while taking into account the level of the student, essential competencies, the complexity of the desired learning, and the skill of faculty (Tanner, 2010).
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