Simulated patient scenario development: A methodological review of validity and reliability reporting.

@article{Mirza2019SimulatedPS,
  title={Simulated patient scenario development: A methodological review of validity and reliability reporting.},
  author={Noeman Mirza and Julie Cinel and Heather Noyes and Wendy A. McKenzie and Kim B. Burgess and Sheila Blackstock and Darlene Sanderson},
  journal={Nurse education today},
  year={2019},
  volume={85},
  pages={
          104222
        }
}
  • Noeman Mirza, Julie Cinel, +4 authors Darlene Sanderson
  • Published in Nurse education today 2019
  • Medicine
  • INTRODUCTION Some healthcare scholars (educators and researchers) develop their own simulated patient scenarios to address specific learning objectives. Clear processes of validity and reliability are needed in the development of simulated scenarios for the purpose of replication and the transfer of findings to other contexts. METHODS This paper reports a methodological review of CINAHL to determine how valid and reliable simulated patient scenarios are developed. We reviewed 375 abstracts… CONTINUE READING

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