An alternative perioperative teaching strategy: Using simulation
Kristin A. Parvis, MSN, BA, Operating Room, Adult Open Heart, Advocate Aurora Christ Medical Center, Homer Glen, Illinois, USA; Donna L. Martin, DNP, College of Nursing and Health Professions, Lewis University, Romeoville, Illinois, USA
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Nursing student clinical experiences in the perioperative setting can be challenging to find and are not always readily available. There is limited literature on using perioperative simulation to meet this need. Learn how one university developed and effectively utilized simulation to provide an interactive perioperative experience for undergraduate nursing students.
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