Effects of simulation on promoting caring ability of Japanese first-year undergraduate nursing students
Maki Fujikawa, MED, RN; Miwako Hoshi, PhD, RN; Chihiro Tanaka, MSN; Yuko Nishida, MSN; Misako Yoshitake, MSN, RN; Takumi Yoshino, MSN, RN -- School of Nursing, Fukuoka Jo Gakuin Nursing University, Koga, Fukuoka, Japan
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This study demonstrates a simulation scenario designed for the first year Japanese nursing students to foster caring ability in addition to training basic nursing skills for ensuring a patient`s safety. Evaluation of its usefulness and effectiveness would be also discussed.
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