Employing communities of practice to facilitate international culturally and linguistically diverse nursing students' identities as learners in Australia through immersive simulation.

  title={Employing communities of practice to facilitate international culturally and linguistically diverse nursing students' identities as learners in Australia through immersive simulation.},
  author={G. Edward},
In this qualitative research study, a method to develop the capability of international nursing students from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds (ICALD) to participate with members of an Australian community of nursing practice was explored. This was done by providing participants with an opportunity to participate in a specifically designed immersive simulation program. In this research study, the situated learning perspective of communities of practice, based on Wenger's (1998… Expand
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