Clinical Simulation in Nursing Journal March 2018 Volume 16 Articles Released

Clinical Simulation in Nursing is the official journal of the International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation & Learning (INACSL) and reflects the mission INACSL. The latest edition has just been published and for those with a membership to INACSL, you can now read these articles in full:

Debriefing Quality Evaluation in Nursing Simulation-Based Education: An Integrative Review – Abeer Alhaj Ali, Eyad Musallam

Simulation as a Tool for Clinical Remediation: An Integrative Review – Sara Camp, Tammy Legge

Snapshots of Simulation: Innovative Strategies Used by International Educators to Enhance Simulation Learning Experiences for Health Care Students – Patrea Andersen, Sue Baron, Jennifer Bassett, Natalie Govind, Carolyn Hayes, Samuel Lapkin, Kathie Lasater, Tracy Levett-Jones, Margaret McAllister, Jacqueline Pich, Tamara Power, Kerry Reid-Searl, Colleen Ryan, Kirsty Shearer, Tracey Simes

Using Game-Based Virtual Reality with Haptics for Skill Acquisition – Ann L. Butt, Suzan Kardong-Edgren, Anthony Ellertson

Intraprofessional Simulation’s Impact on Advanced Practice and Baccalaureate Student Self-Efficacy
Amanda Kirkpatrick, Sarah Ball, Susan Connelly, Maribeth Hercinger, Jacquie Hanks, Meghan Potthoff, Sara Banzhaf, Kandis McCafferty

Triangulation of Multifactorial Assessment: Bringing Objectivity to Objective Structured Clinical Examination Evaluation – Catherine Ling, Andrea Fuller, Laura Taylor, Heather Johnson

Comparing Traditional and Simulation-Based Experiences in Pediatrics with Undergraduate Nursing Students in Turkey – Fatma Taş Arslan, Ayşe Sonay Türkmen, Raziye Çelen, Sevil Özkan, Deniz Altıparmak, Asiye Şahin


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Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity Cultural Competence: A Simulation Pilot Study – Kirsten Hickerson, Linda A. Hawkins, Ann Marie Hoyt-Brennan

Effect Size in Clinical Education Using Standardized Geriatric Patient Simulation – K. Ramos Dinsmore, L. Lee Glenn

Response: Effect Size in Clinical Education Using Standardized Geriatric Patient Simulation – Gregory E. Gilbert

About the Journal

Clinical Simulation in Nursing is an international, peer reviewed journal published online monthly. Clinical Simulation in Nursing is the official journal of the International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation & Learning (INACSL) and reflects the mission INACSL.

Clinical Simulation in Nursing has a 2015 Impact Factor of 1.360, ranking favorably in the Nursing category. All articles are listed in the Science Citation Index Expanded, Journal Citation Reports/Science Edition, Social Science Citation Index, Journal Citation Reports/Social Sciences Edition, and Current Contents/ Social and Behavioral Health Sciences. The journal accepts manuscripts meeting one or more of the following criteria:

  • Research articles and systematic reviews about simulation
  • Innovative teaching/learning strategies using simulation
  • Articles updating guidelines, regulations, and legislative policies that impact simulation
  • Leadership for simulation
  • Simulation operations
  • Real world (practice) and academic uses of simulation

Learn more on Elsevier’s Clinical Simulation in Nursing Journal Website!


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