Hearing Voices: The Experience of Associate Degree Nursing Students to an Auditory Hallucinations Simulation
Sylvia Stevens, PhD, Nursing Program, Montgomery College, Silver Spring, Maryland, USA
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This qualitative study examines the experience of second semester associate degree nursing students of an auditory hallucinations simulation. Students’ reflections about the experience addressed barriers to communication, nursing care of the patient with alterations in cognition, and how the simulation effected knowledge, skills and attitudes about patients with auditory hallucinations.
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