The use of pediatric simulation in nursing education
Kathryn E. Holliday, DNP, College of Nursing, Pomeroy College of Nursing at Crouse Hospital, Clay, New York, USA
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The goal of the study was, that by adding pediatric simulation before the start of the clinical rotation and part way through the rotation, students would have improved self-efficacy. The data gathered from this study can be used to improve RN students' pediatric nursing education.
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