Effectiveness of simulation on health profession students' knowledge, skills, confidence and satisfaction.

@article{Laschinger2008EffectivenessOS,
  title={Effectiveness of simulation on health profession students' knowledge, skills, confidence and satisfaction.},
  author={Susan Jane Laschinger and Jennifer Medves and Cheryl A Pulling and Robert McGraw and Brett Waytuck and Margaret B. Harrison and Kasey Gambeta},
  journal={JBI library of systematic reviews},
  year={2008},
  volume={6 7},
  pages={265-309}
}
BACKGROUND Despite the recent wave of interest being shown in high-fidelity simulators, they do not represent a new concept in healthcare education. Simulators have been a part of clinical education since the 1950s. The growth of patient simulation as a core educational tool has been driven by a number of factors. Declining inpatient populations, concerns for patient safety and advances in learning theory are forcing healthcare educators to look for alternatives to the traditional clinical… CONTINUE READING

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