Journal of Nursing Education

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Using Simulation to Prepare Students for Interprofessional Work in the Community

Maureen Campbell, BA, HV, PGCert.; Markus Themessl-Huber, PhD; Lesley Mole, MEd, RGN; Valentine Scarlett, Dip. SW

Abstract

Using Simulation to Prepare Students for Interprofessional Work in the Community

Second-year nursing students are usually well prepared for the challenges of working in acute clinical settings but, from our experience, receive comparably little guidance regarding the demands of delivering interprofessional care in the community. It is crucial to develop effective teaching strategies that will prepare students for this complex challenge and to implement them before the students’ first placement in the community. [more...]

Abstract

Using Simulation to Prepare Students for Interprofessional Work in the Community

Second-year nursing students are usually well prepared for the challenges of working in acute clinical settings but, from our experience, receive comparably little guidance regarding the demands of delivering interprofessional care in the community. It is crucial to develop effective teaching strategies that will prepare students for this complex challenge and to implement them before the students’ first placement in the community. [more...]

Using Simulation to Prepare Students for Interprofessional Work in the Community

Second-year nursing students are usually well prepared for the challenges of working in acute clinical settings but, from our experience, receive comparably little guidance regarding the demands of delivering interprofessional care in the community. It is crucial to develop effective teaching strategies that will prepare students for this complex challenge and to implement them before the students’ first placement in the community. [more...]

10.3928/01484834-20070701-10

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