High-fidelity simulation effects on CPR knowledge, skills, acquisition, and retention in nursing students.

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BACKGROUND There is a gap in the literature regarding learning outcomes linked to the use of high-fidelity simulators compared to that of traditional teaching methods. AIM To examine the effect of using high-fidelity simulators on knowledge and skills acquisition and retention with university students. METHODS A randomized two-arm trial using two… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/wvn.12063

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@article{Aqel2014HighfidelitySE, title={High-fidelity simulation effects on CPR knowledge, skills, acquisition, and retention in nursing students.}, author={Ahmad Aqel and M. M. H. Megat Ahmad}, journal={Worldviews on evidence-based nursing}, year={2014}, volume={11 6}, pages={394-400} }