Simulation in Nursing Education: Current Regulations and Practices

From
Research Library
Publish Date
2014
Topic
Education, Practice, Regulation, Research, Simulation
Description
Regulators have been discussing the issue of allowing simulation to replace clinical time for years and are looking for evidence to guide their decision making. In anticipation of the National Council of State Boards of Nursing National Simulation Study results, a descriptive survey was conducted to document the current regulatory environment on simulation and serve as a benchmark for future regulatory comparisons. This article reports the results of the survey. 
Authors
Jennifer K. Hayden, MSN, RN, Richard A. Smiley, MS, MA, and Lindsey Gross
Citation
Hayden, J.K., Smiley, R.A., & Gross, L. (2014). Simulation in nursing education: Current regulations and practices. Journal of Nursing Regulation, 5(2), 25-30.