Low Fidelity Simulation exercise- I will be running a staff development day simulation workshop to teach nurses skills in Adult Peripheral Intravenous Cannulations. The staff development day will commence with a PowerPoint on Adult Peripheral Intravenous Cannulation. After the workshop there will be a learning package workbook that will be given to the Nurses to complete and at the end of the learning package there will be a quiz as well as a performance assessment which will need to be completed before the education session is over. At the end of this section the big group will split off into pairs and we will run a simulation, the simulation will be a practical experience on inserting and managing Adult Peripheral Intravenous Cannulations. The aim of the workshop is to provide nurses with adequate knowledge to enable appropriate cannulation of patients in a safe and proficient manner. At the end of the workshop the participants will be equipped with the essential skills and knowledge required to safely and competently perform Adult Peripheral Intravenous Cannulation in accordance with Peripheral Intravenous Cannulation policy and procedure. I need to complete Part 2 Reflective Paper Directions (1200 words) This section of the assessment task requires you to apply your written clinical scenario in your workplace. In writing your lesson plan and scenario you need to consider the resources you have available in your workplace. You are required to trial the lesson plan and simulation scenario in your clinical area with a willing group of participants. The trialling of a scenario serves several purposes. It allows you to test the response of the participants, ensures you have accounted for all equipment required and ensures that the intended learning objectives are achievable. It also allows you to practice debrief and reflect on your method of debriefing. This paper is designed for you to reflect generally on your execution of the simulation scenario. The major emphasis however, is to be on the debrief component of the simulated learning. Debrief is considered integral to the simulation experience, some literature suggests that it is the most important element of the simulation experience for the learner; therefore, it requires attention in order to develop the skills of debriefing. With this is mind, reflect on what worked well during your debrief and what was challenging in relation to your debrief skills and the participants response. Refer to the simulation literature to support your findings and if required make recommendations for how you might approach debriefing differently.