Evaluating the Impact of Supplemented Simulation and Traditional Learning Experiences on Student Decision Making and Competence
Repository Posting Date2017-10-02T19:06:45Z
Author DetailsAimee A. Woda, PhD, RN-BC; Theresa M. Schnable, MS -- College of Nursing, Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
Lead Author Sigma AffliationNon-member
Other Title(s)Simulation Education Strategies
Supplementation of simulation-based learning experiences vs. substituting hospital-based learning with simulation may impact clinical competency. Current findings suggest that supplementation of simulation based learning experiences resulted in graduating nursing students that performed better patient assessments, had increased clinical judgment, and provided safer care in the simulated environment.