Assessment of nursing students’ knowledge acquisition and knowledge retention regarding blood administration using high-fidelity simulation
Barbara L. Hooper, DNP, MSN, RN, CHSE, NE-BC; Nancy Carlson, MSN, RN, CHSE; Katelyn Ware, BA - Kirkhof College of Nursing, Grand Valley State University, Grand Rapids, MI, USA
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The purpose of this study was to measure knowledge acquisition and retention among nursing students participating in a blood administration simulation. Knowledge acquisition was measured with a pre-test prior to the simulation and with a post-test following the simulation. Knowledge retention was measured the following semester with a case study.
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|Keywords||High Fidelity Simulation;
|Name||Nursing Education Research Conference 2020: Transforming Nursing Education Through Evidence Generation and Translation|
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National League for Nursing
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