Developing situation awareness amongst nursing and paramedicine students utilizing eye tracking technology and video debriefing techniques: A proof of concept paper

Journal article


O'Meara, Peter, Munro, Graham George, Williams, Brett, Cooper, Simon, Bogossian, Fiona Elizabeth, Ross, Linda, Sparkes, Louise, Browning, Mark and McClounan, Mariah. (2015) Developing situation awareness amongst nursing and paramedicine students utilizing eye tracking technology and video debriefing techniques: A proof of concept paper. International emergency nursing. 23(2), pp. 94 - 99. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ienj.2014.11.001
AuthorsO'Meara, Peter, Munro, Graham George, Williams, Brett, Cooper, Simon, Bogossian, Fiona Elizabeth, Ross, Linda, Sparkes, Louise, Browning, Mark and McClounan, Mariah
Abstract

Objective: The aims of this quasi-experimental before-and-after study were to first determine whether the use of eye tracking technology combined with video debriefing techniques has the potential to improve the quality of feedback and enhance situation awareness ( SA ) in simulated settings and second to determine students' satisfaction towards simulated learning. Methods: Nursing and paramedicine students from three universities participated in three 8-minute simulation scenarios of acutely deteriorating patients. Eye tracking glasses video recorded the scenarios and tracked right eye movement. On completion, participants were questioned using the Situation Awareness Global Assessment Technique, completed the Satisfaction with Simulation Experience Scale ( SSES ), and provided textual feedback and received video-based verbal feedback. Results: Participants lacked awareness of presenting medical conditions and patient environments and had poor recall of patient vital signs. Significant improvements in SA scores were demonstrated between the first and third scenarios ( Pā€‰=ā€‰0.04 ). Participants reported greater insight into their performance and were satisfied with simulated learning. Conclusions: Use of visual field review techniques appears to enhance the use of realistic simulated practice as a means of addressing significant performance deficits. Eye tracking and point of view recording techniques are feasible and with applicable debriefing techniques could enhance clinical and situated performance.

Keywordsparamedics; nurses; patient simulation; decision making; situational awareness; performance deficits
Year2015
JournalInternational emergency nursing
Journal citation23 (2), pp. 94 - 99
PublisherElsevier Ltd
ISSN1755-599X
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ienj.2014.11.001
Scopus EID2-s2.0-84926483577
Page range94 - 99
Research GroupSchool of Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedicine
Place of publicationUnited Kingdom
Permalink -

https://acuresearchbank.acu.edu.au/item/86733/developing-situation-awareness-amongst-nursing-and-paramedicine-students-utilizing-eye-tracking-technology-and-video-debriefing-techniques-a-proof-of-concept-paper

Restricted files

Publisher's version

  • 1
    total views
  • 0
    total downloads
  • 1
    views this month
  • 0
    downloads this month
These values are for the period from 19th October 2020, when this repository was created.

Export as

Related outputs

Exploring and improving student engagement in an accelerated undergraduate nursing program through a mentoring partnership: An action research study
Bramble, Marguerite, Maxwell, Hazel, Einboden, Rochelle, Farington, Sally, Say, Richard, Beh, Chin Liang, Stankiewicz, Grace, Munro, Graham, Marembo, Esther and Rickard, Greg. (2018) Exploring and improving student engagement in an accelerated undergraduate nursing program through a mentoring partnership: An action research study. International Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship. 15(1), pp. 1 - 12. https://doi.org/10.1515/ijnes-2017-0090
The use and limits of eye-tracking in high-fidelity clinical scenarios: A pilot study
Browning, Mark, Cooper, Simon, Cant, Robyn, Sparkes, Louise, Bogossian, Fiona, Williams, Brett, O'Meara, Peter, Ross, Linda, Munro, Graham and Black, Barbara. (2016) The use and limits of eye-tracking in high-fidelity clinical scenarios: A pilot study. International emergency nursing. 25, pp. 43 - 47. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ienj.2015.08.002
Early maternal reflective functioning and infant emotional regulation in a preterm infant sample at 6 months corrected age
Heron-Delaney, Michelle, Kenardy, Justin, Brown, Erin, Jardin, Chloe, Bogossian, Fiona Elizabeth, Neuman, Louise, de Dassel, Therese and Pritchard, Margo. (2016) Early maternal reflective functioning and infant emotional regulation in a preterm infant sample at 6 months corrected age. Journal of Pediatric Psychology. 41(8), pp. 906 - 914. https://doi.org/10.1093/jpepsy/jsv169
Autism in toddlers born very preterm
Pritchard, Margo, De Dassel, Therese, Beller, Elaine Mary, Bogossian, Fiona Elizabeth, Johnston, Linda, Paynter, Jessica, Russo, Santo and Scott, James Paul. (2016) Autism in toddlers born very preterm. Pediatrics. 137(2), pp. 1 - 10. https://doi.org/10.1542/peds.2015-1949
The effects of maternal depression, anxiety, and perceived stress during pregnancy on preterm birth: A systematic review
Staneva, Aleksandra, Bogossian, Fiona, Pritchard, Margo, Wittkowski, Anja and Anja, . (2015) The effects of maternal depression, anxiety, and perceived stress during pregnancy on preterm birth: A systematic review. Women and Birth. 28(3), pp. 179 - 193. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.wombi.2015.02.003
High-flow nasal cannula therapy for respiratory support in children
Mayfield, Sara, Jauncey-Cooke, Jacqueline, Hough, Judith, Schibler, Andreas, Gibbons, Kristen and Bogossian, Fiona Elizabeth. (2014) High-flow nasal cannula therapy for respiratory support in children. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews. https://doi.org/10.1002/14651858.CD009850.pub2
A cross-sectional study of paramedics' readiness for interprofessional learning and cooperation: Results from five universities
Williams, Brett, Boyle, Malcolm, Brightwell, Richard, McCall, Michael, McMullen, Paula, Munro, Graham George, O'Meara, Peter and Webb, Vanessa. (2013) A cross-sectional study of paramedics' readiness for interprofessional learning and cooperation: Results from five universities. Nurse Education Today. 33(11), pp. 1369 - 1375. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nedt.2012.06.021
Use of mechanical ventilation protocols in intensive care units: A survey of current practice
Ellis, Sandra M., Dainty, Katie N., Munro, Graham George and Scales, Damon C.. (2012) Use of mechanical ventilation protocols in intensive care units: A survey of current practice. Journal of Critical Care. 27(6), pp. 556 - 563. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jcrc.2012.04.021
Paramedic empathy levels: Results from seven Australian universities
Williams, Brett, Boyle, Malcolm, Brightwell, Richard, Devenish, Scott, Hartley, Peter, McCall, Michael, McMullen, Paula, Munro, Graham George, O'Meara, Peter and Webb, Vanessa. (2012) Paramedic empathy levels: Results from seven Australian universities. International Journal of Emergency Services. 1(2), pp. 111 - 121. https://doi.org/10.1108/20470891211275902
Achy breaky makey wakey heart? A randomised crossover trial of musical prompts
Woollard, Malcolm, Poposki, Jason, McWhinnie, Brae, Rawlins, Lettie, Munro, Graham George and O'Meara, Peter. (2012) Achy breaky makey wakey heart? A randomised crossover trial of musical prompts. Emergency Medicine Journal. 29(4), pp. 290 - 294. https://doi.org/10.1136/emermed-2011-200187
Lung recruitment manoeuvres for reducing respiratory morbidity in mechanically ventilated neonates
Jauncey-Cooke, J, Bogossian, F, Hough, J., Schibler, A, Davies, M W., Grant, C A., Gibbons, K and East, C E.. (2012) Lung recruitment manoeuvres for reducing respiratory morbidity in mechanically ventilated neonates. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews. Art.No.: CD009969 (Issue 7). https://doi.org/10.1002/14651858.CD009969
Comparison of malleable stylet and reusable and disposable bougies by paramedics in a simulated difficult intubation
Gregory, P., Woollard, Malcolm, Lighton, D., Munro, Graham George, Jenkinson, E., Newcombe, R. G., O'Meara, Peter and Hamilton, L.. (2012) Comparison of malleable stylet and reusable and disposable bougies by paramedics in a simulated difficult intubation. Anaesthesia. 67(4), pp. 371 - 376. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-2044.2011.06999.x
Undergraduate paramedic students' attitudes to e-learning: Findings from five university programs
Williams, Brett, Boyle, Malcolm, Molloy, Andrew, Brightwell, Richard, Munro, Graham, Service, Melinda and Brown, Ted. (2011) Undergraduate paramedic students' attitudes to e-learning: Findings from five university programs. Research in Learning Technology. 19(2), pp. 89 - 100. https://doi.org/10.1080/21567069.2011.586679
The internet as a research site: Establishment of a web-based longitudinal study of the nursing and midwifery workforce in three countries
Huntington, A, Gilmour, Jean, Schluter, Philip, Tuckett, Anthony Gerrard, Bogossian, Fiona Elizabeth and Turner, Catherine. (2009) The internet as a research site: Establishment of a web-based longitudinal study of the nursing and midwifery workforce in three countries. Journal of Advanced Nursing. 65(6), pp. 1309 - 1317. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-2648.2009.04995.x