Exploring nursing students' resilience and spirituality in an end-of-life care simulation
Michelle Lynne Allen, EdD, MSN, RN, CCRN, CNE, CHSE; Kristen Bayer, MSN, APN-FNP; Tamara Bland, MSN, RN; Maureen Emlund, MSN, RN -- Department of Nursing, Dominican University, River Forest, Illinois, USA
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End-of-life care requires nurses to be resilient and embrace spirituality. However, the literature is deficient in examining the relationship between resilience and spirituality in undergraduate nursing students, including in simulation. This research begins to explore the relationship between resilience and spirituality in nursing students participating in an end-of-life care simulation.
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