Keywords

simulation, clinical simulation, clinical learning

Abstract

In summer 2011, a research task force from the International Association of Clinical Simulation and Learning (INACSL), in consultation with Dr. Pamela Jeffries, invited international nursing researchers and educators to participate in a project to evaluate state-of-the-science and existing research regarding the simulation model/framework (Jeffries, 2005, Jeffries, 2007). The model/framework was developed to define simulation education variables and provide an organized guide. The 21 researchers and educators worked on one of five teams, one for each of the five existing major model/framework constructs (Teacher, Student, Educational Practices, Outcomes, and Simulation Design Characteristics).

Original Publication Citation

Ravert, P. (2014). NLN/Jeffries simulation framework: State of the science summary. Clinical Simulation in Nursing. 10(7), 335-336.

Document Type

Peer-Reviewed Article

Publication Date

2013-07-24

Publisher

Clinical Simulation in Nursing

Language

English

College

Nursing

University Standing at Time of Publication

Full Professor

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Other Nursing Commons

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