Patient simulator sessions and critical thinking.

@article{Ravert2008PatientSS,
  title={Patient simulator sessions and critical thinking.},
  author={Patricia K Ravert},
  journal={The Journal of nursing education},
  year={2008},
  volume={47 12},
  pages={557-62}
}
The project purpose was to determine whether measures of critical thinking show differences between three groups (simulator, non-simulator, control) of baccalaureate nursing students. The second purpose was to determine the moderating effect of students' preferred learning style. All groups experienced a moderate to large effect size in critical thinking scores. The corrected model for the total scale gain score was statistically significant but not significant for learning style or group. 

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