Simulated role-play to improve attitudes and empathy toward older adults in accelerated nursing students
Elizabeth Ann Galetz, PhD, RN
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This pre- and post-test intervention study aimed to: 1) examine the effectiveness of two educational modalities, a case study and simulated role-playing scenarios, on improving attitudes and empathy towards older adults; 2) explore factors affecting attitudes and empathy in accelerated baccalaureate of science in nursing (ABSN) students towards older adults.
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