NLN Jeffries Simulation Theory and its Application in the Simulation Based Learning Experiences
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This preconference addresses the state of the science in simulations presentation, using the NLN Jeffries Simulation Theory as a foundation and describing how the theory is incorporated in the immersive simulation experiences at the George Washington University School of Nursing (GWSON) Simulation Learning and Innovation Center, a sophisticated two floor experiential learning space.
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