The impact of a poverty simulation on baccalaureate nursing students' attitudes
Kristen L. Smith, DNP, RNC-NIC - School of Nursing - BSN Program, Northern Michigan University, Marquette, Michigan, USA
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Poverty has major implications in the US. Nurses must understand their own attitudes towards those living in poverty in order to provide compassionate care. Poverty simulation participants were surveyed using the Short Form Attitudes towards Poverty tool. The study also looked at Adult Learning Theory and the adult learner.
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