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Jone Tiffany DNP RN CNE

Scholarship of Application

I have included a variety of exemplars for this category. This page is not all inclusive, see my Curriculum Vitae for additional scholarly activities.

Standard Simulation Case Development - Independent Consultation: A joint project with the National League for Nursing/Laerdal/Wolter Kleuer Publishing

I was an independent contractor for this project. The work took place during the summer of 2014. I developed three simulation cases that will be turned into both standard simulation and a product called VSim that is a virtual simulation product sold by Wolters Kleuer Publishing Co.  (See example below)

Abbott Northwestern Simulation Training, Staff Development and Interprofessional training

In the Fall of 2009, I  attended the Center for Advanced Pediatric and Perinatal Education at Stanford University for Multidisciplinary Team Instructor Training in the Simulated Delivery Room.This comprehensive team training program is designed to involve all members of the delivery room team including obstetricians, maternal-fetal medicine specialists, obstetric nurses, anesthesiologists, and nurse anesthetists. Content knowledge, technical skills and behavioral skills specific to each domain and discipline are practiced in the context of realistic scenarios requiring team members to work together effectively to insure the health of the mother and her newborn.This is a four day instructor course.

Here is the Website for CAPE: http://cape.lpch.org/

 


Abbott Northwestern Hospital Simulation

Snce returning from CAPE, there have been several simulation-based trainings/learning experiences held in the WomenCare area at Abbott Northwestern hospital. The simulation exercises have included Emergency Cesarean Delivery drills, Postpartum hemorrhage drills, and Shoulder dystocia training drills. The Abbott Northwestern foundation has purchased a high-fidelity Noelle (mother), and Hal (baby) duo to be used in the simulation drills. Most of these drills have been interprofessional with nursing, physician, midwives, and anesthesia represented.

 

Independent Consultation: Allina Simulation Evidence-Based Practice Document

In December 2012, I was hired as a simulation consultant by the Allina Health System and tasked with writing a document that would guide the implementation of a system-wide simulation program. Here is that document. In addition, I wrote a document discussing the implementation of the simulation program at the Women Center at Abbott Northwestern Hospital. 

Podium Presentation: Sigma Theta Tau Chi-at-Large chapter Annual Meeting presentation March 2014

Our simulation research group was asked to present our research findings at the Sigma Theta Tau Chi-at-Large chapter Annual Meeting - March 2014. This was a similar presentation to the one give in April in Indianapolis at the NLN/Sigma Theta Tau Nursing Research Congress. 

Nurses Week 2010 Jane Wachtler Becker Award

I received the Abbott Northwestern Jane Wachtler Becker award in 2009-2010 to help defray the cost of my doctoral education. This is an interview done of the employees who won the Nurses Week 2010 Jane Wachtler Becker Award. I am interviewed in the middle of the video. 

Allina OB Orientation Courses

From 2007 to present, I have been involved in the design and implementation of a seven-course comprehensive Obstetric orientation program.  All new RN's who are hired by Allina hospitals are enrolled in these courses. In addition, RN's from other health systems in MN and Wisc attend these courses. 

AWHONN Poster presentation

Tiffany, J. & Hoffman, S. (2010). Using OB Simulation as an Innovative Strategy to Improve Outcomes in the Perinatal Setting. JOGNN 39(1). 

Podium Presentations for Bethel University Nursing Research and Practice Symposium - April 2013

April 2013: Bethel University Nursing Research and Practice Symposium, St. Paul, MN.South Street Clinic: A Virtual Non-Acute Care Clinical Reasoning Simulation.

April 2013: Bethel University Nursing Research and Practice Symposium. St. Paul, MN.Enhancing Clinical Reasoning: Teaching Thinking through Debriefing.  

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