Standards of best practice: Simulation standard II: Professional integrity of participant (s)
It is important for participants to maintain professional integrity related to simulation. Mutual respect and professionalism enhance the simulation learning environment. Thus, lack of professionalism and mutual respect can negatively impact the willingness of the participants to fully participate. It is vital to keep information related to before, during and after the simulation confidential as sharing can bias performance, perception or group dynamics and interfere with simulation outcomes. Sharing of content may alter future learning experiences and decrease the psychological safety of the simulation environment.
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Gloe, Donna, Carol R. Sando, Ashley E. Franklin, Teri Boese, Sharon Decker, Lori Lioce, Colleen Meakim, and Jimmie C. Borum. "Standards of best practice: Simulation standard II: Professional integrity of participant (s)." Clinical Simulation in Nursing 9, no. 6 (2013): S12-S14.
Clinical Simulation in Nursing