Revealing the social context of technology In nursing education: simulation as a social endeavor

  • Title: Revealing the social context of technology In nursing education: simulation as a social endeavor
    Author: Parker, Brian; Myrick, Florence
    Year: 2013
    Keyword(s): human patient simulation (HPS), nursing education, post secondary education
    Description: Study overview: grounded theory study exploring the social-psychological processes that occur within HPS-based clinical scenarios; mid-range theory titled: “Empowering Through Fading Support;” a process comprised of adaptive scaffolding and dynamic assessment that challenges students to realistically self-regulate and transform their frame of reference for nursing practice.
    Notes: Presented on March 22, 2013 at the 5th Annual Dr. Olive Yonge Teaching and Learning Scholarship Day held in Edmonton, Alberta.
    Peer Reviewed: Yes
    Type of Item: Conference Posters
    Language: English

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