An approach to simulation program development.

  title={An approach to simulation program development.},
  author={Michael A Seropian and Kimberly Brown and Jesika Samuelson Gavilanes and Bonnie Driggers},
  journal={The Journal of nursing education},
  volume={43 4},
Simulation education is becoming increasingly popular. Many institutions and programs find themselves in a situation where they have an identified need for the simulation education but few resources to reference. Most programs purchase first and ask questions later, leaving faculty with equipment with which they are unfamiliar and few, if any, resources to contact. Developing a simulation program involves more steps than one would think. Developing a vision and business plan are paramount. Only… CONTINUE READING

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