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Using Simulation to Help Health Professions Students Learn to Talk to Clients About Suicide.
Creat Nurs ; 28(4): 266-273, 2022 Nov 10.
Article en En | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-36411047
ABSTRACT

Background:

Because of the high prevalence of suicide, health-care professions students need training in recognition of clients' suicidal thoughts, assessment of suicide risk, and specific narrative techniques. This study explores health-care professions students' perceptions of and feedback on a simulation module on suicidal behavior.

Methods:

Thematic analysis was conducted on feedback from group interviews with participants.

Results:

Students valued the reassuring effect of a best practice video. The sense of reality in the simulation scenarios was highly appreciated. Although being filmed was stressful for some students, reviewing and discussing key moments in the recordings appeared a major advantage. Debriefing was essential to discuss and emotionally discharge the experiences of role players and observers.

Conclusions:

Simulation training for caregivers on suicidal behavior can be designed and evaluated on other mental health topics as well.
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Texto completo: 1 Bases de datos: MEDLINE Asunto principal: Prevención del Suicidio Tipo de estudio: Guideline / Qualitative_research / Risk_factors_studies Límite: Humans Idioma: En Revista: Creat Nurs Asunto de la revista: ENFERMAGEM Año: 2022 Tipo del documento: Article

Texto completo: 1 Bases de datos: MEDLINE Asunto principal: Prevención del Suicidio Tipo de estudio: Guideline / Qualitative_research / Risk_factors_studies Límite: Humans Idioma: En Revista: Creat Nurs Asunto de la revista: ENFERMAGEM Año: 2022 Tipo del documento: Article