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FINE Europe à Malte

Présentation SImucarepro à Malte

Simulation scenarios


Simulation scenarios based on reliable and validated EBN-EBM data

Using standards identified in the related literature, the partners will define a common structure to build their scenarios. Starting from problem situations identified by professionals (and students) in their hospital department, the partners will build simulation scenarios integrating the reliable EBN and EBM data.

The created scenarios have various objectives: to work directly on the field on an interesting situation,to work on specific skills in interprofessional communication and/or clinical judgement, to develop a permanent training system directly useful in contexts where problematic situations appear, to support hospital institutions in the dissemination of EBN and EBM data that improve practices...

Every partner (apart from INFOREF) will produce, with their students, five scenarios that will be tested during simulation sessions organised within the framework of classes and then used by healthcare professionals. After the simulation sessions, the scenarios will be validated using a grid developed by the consortium (O3).

INFOREF will give shape to the scenarios on paper support and post them on the e-learning platform. INFOREF will also implement on the plateform lthe online evaluation tools the participants will use to evaluate the intelluctual output.

Productions intellectuelles

Résultat : Structure commune des scénarios

  1. Structure commune des scénarios (FR)
  2. Structure commune des scénarios (EN)
  3. Structure commune des scénarios (PT)
  4. Structure commune des scénarios (RO)

Scénarios par partenaire


  1. Intubation compliquée par le collier cervical
  2. Gestion de l’arrêt respiratoire d’un nourrisson sous intoxication à la méthadone
  3. Fibrillation ventriculaire dans un service de médecine/chirurgie
  4. Césarienne en urgence vitale sur procidence du cordon avec ARCF code rouge


  1. Prise en charge d’une anaphylaxie grade 3
  2. Prise en charge de la douleur pour un patient drépatocytaire en crise vaso-occlusive


  1. Communication de mauvaises nouvelles au patient
  2. Sécurité lors de l’administration de médicaments
  3. Leadership aveugle
  4. Communication avec la patiente et l’équipe – refus de soins


  1. Choc anaphylactique avec œdème glottique
  2. Choc hémorragique. Hémorragies digestives supérieures. Rupture de varices œsophagiennes. Arrêt cardiaque.
  3. Polytraumatisme. Pneumothorax compressif. Fracture du tibia. Hémorragie externe. Plaie du scalp.
  4. Syndrome coronarien aigu.


  1. Prise en charge d’une personne âgée en delirium à risque de contention
  2. Prise en charge d’une personne âgée en delirium à risque de contention. Communication avec la famille sur la nécessité (ou non) d’une contention ponctuelle.
  3. La communication dans le processus d’annonce d’une mauvaise nouvelle. Transition soins oncologiques/palliatifs/supportifs.
  4. Accompagnement d’un patient qui demande de l’aide pour communiquer une mauvaise nouvelle à sa famille.
  5. Éducation thérapeutique chez un patient greffé pulmonaire dans la gestion de son traitement médicamenteux.
  6. Éducation thérapeutique chez un patient greffé pulmonaire – bilan de sortie – non observance.

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Scenario validation

Development of a simulation scenario validation grid


Simulation scenario validation grid

The partners will develop a common grid and procedure to validate the scenarios and to guarantee the relevance of the data they include (in terms of Evidence Based Nursing and Evidence Based Medecine) and the relevance of the scenario to meet the objectives of the educational system as well as professionals' expectations in terms of continuing training.

The validation criteria and their use will be described in the grid. The grid will be available to all partners on paper support and on the e-learning platform.

It will be largely disseminated to simulation centres and training institutions.

Productions intellectuelles

Résultat : Grille de validation commune

  1. Grille de validation (FR)
  2. Grille de validation (EN)
  3. Grille de validation (PT)
  4. Grille de validation (RO)

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Learning evaluation

Development of an observation grid for the learning skills achieved during simulation sessions


Development of an observation and evaluation grid for the learning skills achieved during simulation sessions

The partners will develop a common grid to observe and evaluate the learning skills acquired during simulation sessions.
It will evaluate the different aspects of the communication between professionals and learners (in an interdisciplinary way).
This grid, containing indicators for the learning skills possibly achieved in simulation session, will be available to all partners on paper and on the e-learning platform.

The grid can be inspired by the different levels targeted in the modifed Kirpatrick model (Evaluating and improving practices – Guide of good practices in healthcare simulation – HAS, December 2012) and will target at least the first two levels (reaction, knowledge and skills). Because of the short duration of the project, levels 3 and 4 (behaviours and results) will be approached in a more theoretical way and implemented depending on the possibilities left in the calendar.

The grid will be largely disseminated to initial and continuing training institutions.

Productions intellectuelles

Résultat : Grille d’évaluation commune

  1. Grille d’observation (FR)
  2. Grille d’observation (EN)
  3. Grille d’observation (PT)
  4. Grille d’observation (RO)

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Healthcare protocols

Co-construction of healthcare protocols by training organisations (students, teachers) and healthcare professionals

Description du projet


Simulation in healthcare has become common practice in hospital and training institutions. However, some compartmentalisation has to be overcome. We can also note a lack in validated evaluation tools to assess the impact of simulation training on the acquisition of skills necessary for optimal care of patients.

Project objective

SimuCarePro will develop training tools in the field of simulation in healthcare. It aims to optimise the skills of the nursing staff and therefore healthcare quality. Two approaches will be considered.

On the one hand, the project promotes cooperation between students and healthcare professionals. The actors will collaborate on developing simulation scenarios combining objectives of initial training and improvement of the field professionals’ practices. On the other hand, it investigates the development and validation of simulation scenarios as well as the evaluation of learning outcomes and their impact on practices.


  • Collaboration of students, teachers and professionals to identify one major issue within a healthcare unit.
  • Out of these issues, students and trainers will build simulation scenarios, with particular focus on three aspects: referencing the case and the possible solutions based on reliable data (EBN, EBM), development of clinical judgement skills and multidisciplinary communication.
  • The scenarios will be tested during simulation sessions led by students for professionals. These sessions will lead to co-construct healthcare protocols referenced by reliable data and directly transferable in hospitals. During this process, particular attention will be paid to learning outcomes and their impact on professional practices.


  • Creation of relevant simulation scenarios (matching field reality) validated by training, research and healthcare professionals
  • Development of a validation grid for simulation scenarios
  • Development of an observation grid for the learning skills achieved during simulation sessions
  • Cooperative construction of healthcare protocols by training institutes (students, teachers) and healthcare professionals
  • Creation of a methodological guide to build high quality simulation scenarios and validated healthcare protocols based on reliable EBN and EBM data banks
  • Organisation of an international symposium about simulation in healthcare (June 2018)

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