Simulation-based learning: Impact on anxiety and self-efficacy of undergraduate nursing students in community health
Mary-Lee C. Helbing, DNP, CRNP; Lori M. Metzger, PhD, NP, RN-BC; Melinda S. Barrett, PhD, RN, CSN -- Department of Nursing, Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania, Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania, USA
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