Kate Morse, Phd, Publishes Article On Structured Debriefing

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Clinical Simulation in Nursing


Morse_KateKate Morse, PhD, CRNP-BC, CNE, CCRN, recently published the article, “Structured Model of Debriefing on Perspective Transformation for NP Students” in the journal, Clinical Simulation in Nursing.

Key Findings:
     – Psychological safety impacts the learners’ ability to engage in critical reflection.
     – Without faculty training, engagement in critical reflection may not occur.
    – Engagement of the learners in critical reflection is essential to fostering a change in perspective.

The use of a structured facilitated model of debriefing, Debriefing with Good Judgment, resulted in a significantly higher rate of perspective transformation .

Kate is an Assistant Clinical Professor, Associate Chair, Nurse Practitioner Programs, College of Nursing and Health Professions at Drexel University and is a faculty member for the Center for Medical Simulation‘s Simulation Instructor Programs.

Congratulations Kate from everyone here at CMS!