The lived experiences of faculty who participate in simulation instruction in an undergraduate nursing program
Brenda Hernandez Acevedo, PhD - Nursing department, Lehman College, Bronx, NY, USA
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This phenomenological qualitative study explored how nursing faculty integrated simulation into their teaching practice. Implications of the study included the need to provide nursing educators with time to learn simulation theory, prepare and practice, and obtain coaching from experienced faculty.
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