Simulated Home-Based Health Care Scenarios for Nurse Practitioner Students
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Background: The current model of educating nurse practitioner (NP) students is limited by the number of clinical sites in the home setting. The purpose of this project was to use state work force transformation dollars to develop and implement a home-based primary health care simulation experience for NP students. Method: Faculty employed simulation consultants to provide a learner-centered activity based on the NLN Jeffries Simulation Model, using INACSL standards, to 30 primary care NP students. Results: This report describes the process and student impressions. Conclusions: Well-planned and well-delivered clinical simulation projects can enhance clinical experiences for NP students in home-based primary health care.
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Clinical Simulation in Nursing
Coppa, Denise, Tonya Schneidereith, and Crystel L. Farina. "Simulated Home-Based Health Care Scenarios for Nurse Practitioner Students." Clinical Simulation in Nursing 26, (2019): 38-43. doi: 10.1016/j.ecns.2018.10.002.