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Student nurses' experience of simulation in preparation for practice

By Stephen Prescott, Angela Hope and Joanne Garside

Abstract

At the University of Huddersfield the acquisition of skills and underpinning\ud knowledge through simulation has been firmly embedded into the pre-registration\ud nursing curriculum. This workshop will provide a summary of a pilot project\ud on student evaluation, and the outcomes from a phenomenological study\ud involving final year nursing students’ experiences of simulation throughout the\ud curriculum. Simulation took several differing approaches in order to maximize\ud learning opportunities and provide innovative assessment strategie

Topics: RT
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.hud.ac.uk:7407

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