Who Decides?: Analysis of Decision-Makers in the Adoption of Virtual Patients for Nursing Education
A. J. Kleinheksel, PhD, Francisco Jimenez, PhD -- Shadow Health, Inc, Gainesville, Florida, USA
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In 2015, nursing faculty responded to the Virtual Patient Adoption and Integration in Nursing (VPAIN) survey. Of the 398 participants, 194 reported being part of the decision-making process to adopt asynchronous virtual patient simulations. This presentation will describe the significant differences between the decision-makers and non-decision-makers using these innovations.
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