Kurtis Kabel
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    Simulation has seen many milestones and advances over the years. In a 2013 NCSBN multi-simulation national study, evidence was presented to show that nursing education can substitute clinical time with simulation without harming the educational outcome and learning aspect for the students. It’s not only colleges and universities that can benefit from ...

    Anthony Battaglia and ...
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    Simulation-based education has been defined as using standardized participants (SPs), High-Mid-Low fidelity simulators, and medical equipment to afford students an opportunity to be presented with a set of conditions and evaluate problems realistically. The student is required to respond to the problem(s) as he or she would in real life. The decisions ...