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February 12, 2024

Overcoming Anxiety and Lack of Enthusiasm with 1st Level Clinical Simulation Students

First-level nursing students often experience high levels of anxiety and a lack of enthusiasm when entering a live simulation environment for the first time. While heightened emotions can be beneficial to comprehensive learning, excess anxiety and a lack of enthusiasm can be detrimental to first-level nursing students. Simulation coordinators and nursing instructors acknowledge the value [...]

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November 16, 2023

Using Healthcare Simulation for High School Education

In a post-pandemic world of high school education, Allied Health Occupations teachers grapple with junior- and senior-level student engagement in healthcare simulation-based learning and application of practical clinical skills. Regardless of the challenges depicted by remote learning during a pandemic, there are educational opportunities to integrate medical simulation for virtual, hybrid, and in-person clinical skills [...]

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November 14, 2023

How to Overcome Nurse Educator Reluctance to Using Nursing Simulation

Research suggests a lack of some nurse educator’s knowledge and acceptance of the benefits of clinical simulation as an effective student-nurse learning environment. Hands-on experience, time-consuming planning, and a lack of mentoring are common factors that contribute to the reluctance of clinical simulation laboratory usage. This article provides insight into nurse educator barriers to student-nurse [...]

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