A DEBRIEFING TECHNIQUE IN HIGH-FIDELITY PATIENT SIMULATION AND COMPETENT DECISION-MAKING ABILITIES AMONG NURSING STUDENTS
High-Fidelity Patient Simulation
Curriculum and Instruction
Curriculum and Social Inquiry
Educational Assessment, Evaluation, and Research
Higher Education Administration
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AbstractNursing faculty are utilizing high-fidelity patient simulation (HPS) with debriefing to help engage nursing students in making competent clinical decisions. This quasi-experimental study examined the use of HPS with debriefing and students’ ability to make nursing care decisions using standardized exams. The experimental group received debriefing after HPS and the control group did not receive debriefing after HPS. The pre- and post-test assessed participants’ ability to make clinical care decisions. The analysis of the pre-test and post-test HESI scores showed that there was no significant difference between the two groups.