Central intravenous skills using high-fidelity simulation versus traditional methodologies among undergraduate nursing student
Kristie O. Hartman, MSN, College of Nursing and Allied Health, Nicholls State University, Thibodaux, Louisiana, USA
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Nurse educators have been faced with a paradigm shift in meeting the needs of a technologically advanced generation. Healthcare demands and high faculty to student ratios require methodologies that facilitate clinical reasoning. This study examines the relationship of simulation in achieving learning outcomes by incorporating the knowledge and attitudes required.
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