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Title: Effect of high fidelity simulation on clinical decision-making among nursing students
Authors: Ayed, Ahmad$AAUP$Palestinian
Salameh, bASMA$AAUP$Palestinian
Batran, Ahmad$AAUP$Palestinian
Fashafsheh, Imad$AAUP$Palestinian
Malakeh, Malak$Other$Other
Alamer, Rsmieh$Other$Other
Keywords: decision making
high fidelity simulation
nursing students
Issue Date: 1-Feb-2021
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group
Citation: Ahmad Ayed, Malakeh Z. Malak, Rsmieh M. Alamer, Ahmad Batran, Basma Salameh & Imad Fashafsheh (2021) Effect of high fidelity simulation on clinical decision-making among nursing students, Interactive Learning Environments, DOI: 10.1080/10494820.2021.1875004
Abstract: It became necessary to integrate alternative teaching methods having excellent results in the nursing curriculum such as high-fidelity human patient simulation. High fidelity simulation improves nursing students’ thinking, and emotional and decision-making capabilities. The pretest – posttest control group design was conducted to examine the effect of high-fidelity simulation (HFS) intervention on clinical decision-making for pediatric nursing students at the Arab American University in Palestine. One hundred fifty participants took part in the present study, where 50% (n = 75) were in each of the intervention and control groups. The intervention group received theory-based learning and high fidelity simulation, while the control group was provided with theory based learning and usual training in the nursing laboratory. Findings showed that after implementing the intervention, a significant change was noticed in means of clinical decision-making between the control and intervention groups. Therefore, high fidelity simulation intervention was effective, thus it could benefit the nursing students by enhancing clinical decision-making. The results support nursing educators and universities especially in developing countries to adopt such an intervention strategy for nursing students.
ISSN: Print ISSN: 1049-4820 Online ISSN: 1744-5191
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