Comparing the simulation and traditional clinical environments: The challenges of observational educational research
Nancy Sullivan, DNP, RN, The Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing, Assistant Professor & Clinical Simulation Director, Baltimore, Maryland, USA; Sandra Swoboda, RN, MS, Johns Hopkins School of Nursing, Pre-licensure Simulation Coordinator, Baltimore, Maryland, USA
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