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The Effects of Simulation In An Associate Degree Nursing Program
In 2014, an Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) program in Texas displayed an interest in implementing a teaching method conducive to improve students’ critical thinking ability and increase their confidence level in providing ...
What is the Effect of Simulation on Knowledge Acquisition in a Second Semester Associate Degree Nursing Gerontological Community Health Class?
Simulation is an effective teaching method that improves learning, enhances clinical decision making processes, increases confidence in nursing practice and allows for mistakes without harm to patients. An identified need ...
Executive summary: The effects of high fidelity simulation on HESI grades
The nursing program at a community college in Texas had a steady decrease in National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN®) and Health Education Systems, Incorporated (HESI) scores for the past ...
An Obstetrical Emergency Management Quality Improvement Project
Obstetrical emergencies occur in approximately 5 % of births necessitating immediate interventions to prevent catastrophic consequences. A knowledge deficit specific to obstetrical emergencies was the impetus for this ...
Improving the New Graduate and Undergraduate Student Nurses' Critical Thinking Ability Through the Use of Simulation in Nursing: A Systematic Review of Literature
Background: Implementing what is learned in the classroom into clinical practice is an important aspect of nursing. According to Koontz, Mallory, Burns, and Chapman (2010) the clinical environment is one of the most valuable ...
School Nursing Simulation: An Evidence-based Practice Intervention for Improved Confidence in Health-related School Emergency First-responder Role
School nursing practice occurs in an autonomous clinical practice setting in which school nurses function as first-responders to life-threatening school emergencies. However, a gap in school nursing practice preparation ...