Comparing Simulated Nursing Performance to Actual Practice

  title={Comparing Simulated Nursing Performance to Actual Practice},
  author={P. Randolph and Joey Ridenour},
  journal={Journal of Nursing Regulation},
  • P. Randolph, Joey Ridenour
  • Published 2015
  • Medicine
  • Journal of Nursing Regulation
  • Between 2007 and 2013, the Arizona Board of Nursing (BON), a community college, and a university developed the Nursing Performance Profile (NPP), a legally defensible competency evaluation using simulation. Using the NPP, the board evaluated the competency of nurses who were reported to the BON for unsafe practice. Then, we compared the unsafe behaviors revealed by the NPP evaluation with those reported to the BON in the original complaint and investigative reports (IRs). The comparative… CONTINUE READING
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