Effectiveness of high-fidelity simulation in improving student satisfaction and self-confidence with bedside shift report
Grace Paul, DNP, Glendale Community College Nursing Department, Glendale, Arizona, USA
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A quantitative quasi-experimental project to determine the effectiveness of high-fidelity simulation in improving student-satisfaction and self-confidence among nursing students while giving a bedside shift report. Training and practice with a standard bedside shift report as student nurses' during simulations hastens their transition from novice to expert nurses.
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