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Use of Simulation in Nursing Education: National Survey Results

      While simulation use in nursing programs continues to increase, it is important to understand the prevalence of this new technology in nursing education, how this technology is utilized, and how educators are preparing to teach with this educational tool. This article reports on the results of a survey conducted by National Council of State Boards of Nursing of 1,060 pre-licensure nursing programs in the United States as a means of describing use of simulation.
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