Teaching Pre-licensure Nursing Students to Communicate in SBAR in the Clinical Setting
Kimberly Silver Dunker
Assistant Professor of Nursing
University of Massachusetts Graduate School of Nursing, Worcester
Patient-Centered Care, Safety, Teamwork and Collaboration
Faculty Development Strategies, Graduate Students, Pre-Licensure ADN/Diploma, Pre-Licensure BSN
Clinical Setting, Skills or Simulation Laboratories
- Assessment of essential patient subjective and objective data to communicate.
- Report priority data to the physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, and physicians assistants using clear and concise method.
- Model the use of SBAR on the clinical setting to demonstrate to other providers improved quality of care and safety of care
- Perform the learning objectives by successfully role-playing with their faculty member, and telephone calling the faculty member who was role-playing the physician or mid level provider.