Investigating the efficacy of NurseSim: A randomised controlled trial

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Project details

Degree level

Undergraduate

Status

In-progress

Reference

2017000404

Description

Using an randomized controlled trial methodology, this study aims to explore the effectiveness of NurseSim, as an addition to traditional teaching methods in existing curriculum, to improve the development of clinical skills competence in nursing students and qualified nurses. The proposed educational benefits of NurseSim include higher learner engagement, more effective learning and improved assessment outcomes (pass rates) at a first attempt of a clinical skills assessment. Proposed economic benefits include reduced educator time for teaching, assessment and re-assessment of clinical skills, as well as reduced demand for physical teaching space.

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Supervisors supervising this project

SupervisorRole
Associate Professor Stephen Guinea Principal Supervisor

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