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Title: Effect of High Fidelity Simulation on Nursing Students’ Knowledge in Palestine
Authors: Ayed, Ahmad$AAUP$Palestinian
Batran, Ahmad$AAUP$Palestinian
Jawabreh, Nida$AAUP$Palestinian
Keywords: High Fidelity Simulation
Undergraduate Nursing Students
Issue Date: 2019
Citation: Jawabreh, N., Ayed, A., & Batran, A. (2019). Effect of High Fidelity Simulation on Nursing Students’ Knowledge in Palestine. Open Journal of Nursing, 9(04), 364.
Abstract: Simulation-based teaching ingredients actual patient encounters with high fidelity simulators, mimicking real-time patient scenarios in a realistic, controlled environment. This study examined the effect of the simulation on nursing students’ knowledge of adult nursing course before and after simulation sessions. An experimental, one-group (pretest-posttest) design was used. A convenience sample of nursing students enrolled in adult nursing course (n = 102) attended the 8 simulation scenarios. A paired t-test indicated that posttest mean knowledge of adult nursing course was higher than pre-course; however, simulation is significantly effective in helping to improve nursing students’ knowledge.
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