Peer instruction of first-year nurse anesthetist students: a pilot study of a strategy to use limited faculty resources and promote learning.

@article{Szlachta2013PeerIO,
  title={Peer instruction of first-year nurse anesthetist students: a pilot study of a strategy to use limited faculty resources and promote learning.},
  author={Jodie Szlachta},
  journal={The Journal of nursing education},
  year={2013},
  volume={52 6},
  pages={
          355-9
        }
}
A peer-instruction model was used to introduce the fundamental concepts and skills in an introductory nurse anesthetist course as an innovative teaching strategy to efficiently use simulation and faculty resources and promote learning. However, no studies have evaluated whether a peer-instruction model compared with faculty instruction facilitates learning in first-year nurse anesthetist students. The purpose of this prospective, posttest-only, true experimental pilot study was to determine… CONTINUE READING