Nursing2018: Evaluating Competence and Confidence using Simulation Technology
Evaluating Competence and Confidence using Simulation Technology
Kiernan, Llynne C., DNP, MSN, RN-BC
Nursing2018: October 2018 - Volume 48 - Issue 10 - p 45–52
Feature This article discusses the role of simulation training in educating nurses and reducing clinical errors and describes a research project designed to determine the effectiveness of deliberate practice and simulation technology.
Llynne C. Kiernan is an assistant professor of nursing at the Norwich University School of Nursing in Northfield, VT.
The author has disclosed no financial relationships related to this article.
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