Designing and implementing full immersion simulation as a research tool.

  title={Designing and implementing full immersion simulation as a research tool.},
  author={Belinda Munroe and Thomas Daniel Buckley and Kate Anne Curtis and Richard W. Morris},
  journal={Australasian emergency nursing journal : AENJ},
  volume={19 2},
Simulation is a valuable research tool used to evaluate the clinical performance of devices, people and systems. The simulated setting may address concerns unique to complex clinical environments such as the Emergency Department, which make the conduct of research challenging. There is limited evidence available to inform the development of simulated clinical scenarios for the purpose of evaluating practice in research studies, with the majority of literature focused on designing simulated… CONTINUE READING
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