Assessing the impact of telehealth objective structured clinical evaluations (OSCEs) in graduate nursing education
Tiffany A. Phillips, DNP, NP-C; Allison C. Munn, PhD, RN; Tracy P. George, DNP, APRN-BC, CNE -- Department of Nursing, Francis Marion University, Florence, South Carolina, USA
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The National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties (NONPF) supports the incorporation of telehealth into nurse practitioner education. In NP education, the use of telehealth simulation is an effective strategy to assess clinical competency, provide individualized feedback, and ensure students are utilizing evidence-based practice.
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