Use the feedback you have received on your proposed topics in the Main Forum and the availability of evidence in peer-reviewed nursing and medical journals to support your intervention and choose a viable topic.
Based on your logic model, present a brief summary of the health care barrier or issue presented. Include the following:
Describe a health care barrier or issue that needs to be addressed.
Describe your proposed solution and how the proposed solution will resolve a barrier or issue in health care.
Justify major organizational resources that may be needed to accomplish changes.
Identify strategies to create a clear vision for internal and external stakeholders.
Identify stakeholders with expertise to create effective work groups or collaborators.
Discuss the expected outcomes for you initiating your proposal.
e scenario consisted of a post-operative patient feeling light headiness and thirsty. The scenario progressed from hypotension leading to hypovolemic shock due to haemorrhage (See Appendix 1). This simulation was carried out using the iStan (CAE Healthcare, USA) human patient simulator at the Hollier Simulation Centre – Good Hope Hospital, Sutton Coldfield. The candidates were from a small group of 5th year medical students, who take part in a weekly simulation based teaching session. This scenario took place in Hollier simulation in centre at Good Hope Hospital. Hollier is a facility for the West Midlands to train doctors, dentist, nurses and works with collaboration with the University of Birmingham and medical School . Hollier Centre specializes in a high fidelity simulation .Medical students were briefed before the scenario and were aware of their expectations and their learning outcomes after the scenario. Two students were send at one time into a room with simulated patient [high fidelity mannequin] and a nurse to help the students. Scenario was played as preset clinical presentations and mannequin was controlled by a computer in behind a glass wall. Scenario was recorded and played live in the room for rest of the cohort. Fidelity is the extent to which true appearance and behavior match with a simulated environment. The simulation at Hollier is a high fidelity simulation with computer-driven programs to control cardiovascular and respiratory function in the mannequin it allows students to interact as they would do in real life situations. Miller (1954) describe two types of fidelity- physical fidelity and physiology>GET ANSWER