Building a 'bridge' to link simulation to practicum: Mixed methods exploration of learning transfer
Sandra Johnston, RN, PhD; Fiona Coyer, RN, PhD, School of Nursing and Robyn E. Nash, PhD, MHSc, BA, RN, RCNA, Faculty of Health
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The purpose of this presentation is to share outcomes of an exploration of learning transfer after simulation among 256 undergraduate final year nursing students. A novel debriefing intervention was used. Debriefing questions were based specifically on 'near and far' learning transfer theory principles.
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