Does quick response technology (QR) used by student nurses in clinical impact learning?
Lee-Ann Kenny, DNP, School of Nursing, University of North Carolina - Charlotte, Charlotte, North Carolina, USA
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Using QR technology with nursing students in clinical will provide useful resources at point of care, learned in didactic or skills lab and helping to bridge the theory practice gap. This technology can also help decrease student anxiety, improved self-efficacy and knowledge, can improve patient safety, and student learning outcomes.
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|Keywords||Clinical Nursing Student Anxiety;
Quick Response Technology
|Name||Nursing Education Research Conference 2020: Transforming Nursing Education Through Evidence Generation and Translation|
|Host||Sigma Theta Tau International;
National League for Nursing
|Location||Washington, DC, USA|
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