High-fidelity simulation provides nursing students with the opportunity to learn and achieve competence in a safe context. The aim of the study was to assess learning outcomes following multiple exposures to high-fidelity simulation sessions. The sample consisted of 18 graduate students enrolled in a critical care nursing course. A four-hour high-fidelity simulation experience was conducted, with a four-hour retraining one month after. Group performance, self-efficacy, self-confidence, and satisfaction improved after multiple exposures to high-fidelity simulation. High-fidelity simulation is a valid adjunct to nursing education in the short term and may improve learning when offered at multiple time points.

Graduate Student Outcomes Following Critical Care Simulation: An Italian Pilot Study

Dante, Angelo;Petrucci, Cristina;Lancia, Loreto
2021

Abstract

High-fidelity simulation provides nursing students with the opportunity to learn and achieve competence in a safe context. The aim of the study was to assess learning outcomes following multiple exposures to high-fidelity simulation sessions. The sample consisted of 18 graduate students enrolled in a critical care nursing course. A four-hour high-fidelity simulation experience was conducted, with a four-hour retraining one month after. Group performance, self-efficacy, self-confidence, and satisfaction improved after multiple exposures to high-fidelity simulation. High-fidelity simulation is a valid adjunct to nursing education in the short term and may improve learning when offered at multiple time points.
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