The author, an Assistant Professor at the College of Nursing, University of Missouri looks to use simulations to teach responses to lateral violence. Simulations are broken down by a specific learning objective to a goal response, gives examples of lateral violence behaviors and then the participant should provide an effective response to the behavior. Students are pre briefed, with expectations of their participation, they are then engaged in the simulation, and a debriefing is held afterwards to reflect on the experience. Simulation experiences are meant to provide new nurses with responses to stressful situations to allow them to maintain composure and decrease the negative effects of lateral violence.
5 ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY Schneider M. Lateral violence: How educators can help break the cycle. Nursing [serial online]. June 2016;46(6):17-19. Available from: CINAHL Complete, Ipswich, MA. Accessed July 28, 2018. The author, a Clinical Nurse Educator at York Hospital and nursing faculty at York College of Pennsylvania looks to see how educators can help break the cycle of lateral violence. Characteristics were identified for successful teaching, those characteristics were presence, promotion of learning, teachers as learners and enthusiasm. This study looks to nurse educators and nurse preceptors of students to form a positive relationship with students and recent grads in order to promote a positive relationship and outlook on new graduates.
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- Nursing, new graduate nurses, lateral violence