Simulation: transformative learning

Author
Parker, Brian
Faculty Advisor
Date
2015
Keywords
human patient simulators (HPS) , nursing education , post secondary education
Abstract (summary)
The proliferation of human patient simulators (HPS) in undergraduate nursing education raises questions about the application of well-informed pedagogical practices. Despite a growing body of research into this technology-based learning tool, there is insufficient evidence on which to base decisions on best practice to both structure simulation-based curriculum and facilitate HPS-based clinical scenarios that meet the learning needs of the modern adult learner.
Publication Information
Parker, B. C. (2015). Simulation: Transformative learning. In M. J. Smith, R. Carpenter, & J. J. Fitzpatrick (Eds.), Encyclopedia of nursing education. New York, NY: Springer Publishing.
DOI
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Item Type
Reference Work
Language
English
Rights
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