INACSLInternational Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning
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METHOD A comprehensive review of the evolution of INACSL Standards of Best Practice: Simulation was conducted using journal publications, the INACSL website, INACSL member survey, and reports from members of the INACSL Standards Committee.
CONCLUSION As the use of simulation-based experiences increases, the INACSL Standards of Best Practice: Simulation are foundational to standardizing language, behaviors, and curricular design for facilitators and learners.
INACSL recognizes that to advance the science of simulation as a teaching methodology, there is a need to identify and share best educational practices in the design, conduct, and evaluation of simulation activities.
The quest to develop Standards of Best Practice (SoBP): Simulation by INACSL has been an iterative and evolving process.
A survey of INACSL members identified the priorities to be targeted for standards development.
In 2011, the INACSL Board of Directors published the first Standards of Best Practice: Simulation.
Considering how labor-intensive the work involved was, the president of INACSL appointed a task force to oversee the revision and addition of guidelines for each standard (Borum, 2013).
As a member of SSH's Terminology and Concepts Task Force, INACSL has shared terminology documents and continues to be actively involved in standardizing a common language.
However, only 36 percent (n = 62) indicated they had a policy regarding adherence to the INACSL SoBP: Simulation in their simulation center.
Shortly after the release of the INACSL Standards, college simulation leaders met to discuss the use of the SET as an evaluation tool in their simulation program.
development; INACSL (Prebriefing) Standard IV: Facilitation * Prebriefing was beneficial to my learning.
INACSL, SSH, NCSBN, Laerdal, Wolters Kluwer) to develop and disseminate best practices in theory-based debriefing.