The purpose of this evaluation project was to describe the integration of simulation into a nursing internship program and to help prepare new graduate nurses for patient care. Additionally, learning styles and perceptions of active learning, collaboration among peers, ways of learning, expectation of simulation, satisfaction, self-confidence, and design of simulation were examined. [See PDF for complete abstract]
simulation, active learning, nursing education
Recommended CitationCitation Information:Yu, Erica T. Phd, RN; Cook, Dennis W. MS, RN; Hooker, Jay MS, RN; and Pittman, James MS, RN, "Evaluating Learner Perceptions of Use of Simulations for New nurses – A Collaboration Between the UT SON and the Methodist Hospital" (2007).
DigitalCommons@TMC, Advances in Teaching and Learning Day, Advances in Teaching and Learning Day Abstracts. Paper 45.