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Simulation in education has been used at least since the time of World War II. Simulation in nursing education in the form of static manikins, role playing, CPR manikins, and other techniques has also been utilized as a teaching modality for quite some time. High-fidelity simulation is a relatively new area in nursing education and utilizes high technology simulation monitors and computers. This technology offers new avenues for teaching student nurses scenarios as well as critical thinking and reflection on lived experience and practice. However, the outcome research in the area of high-fidelity simulation in nursing education is limited at this time. This article focuses on the qualitative and quantitative research currently available in this area.
Qualitative Research, Simulation, Simulation in Learning, Nursing Education, Reflection in Nursing Practice, and Nursing Teaching Modalities
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Sanford, P. G. (2010). Simulation in Nursing Education: A Review of the Research. The Qualitative Report, 15(4), 1006-1011. https://doi.org/10.46743/2160-3715/2010.1196
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