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Clinical Simulation in Nursing 2012  8(5), e187-e191.

Using a multicultural family simulation in public health nursing education.

Phillips, J., Grant, J. S., Milligan, G. W., & Moss, J

Abstract

Clinical sites are a challenge to find for students in some areas of nursing, including experiences in community and public health settings. The use of clinical simulation is gaining popularity and allows worthwhile experiences that emphasize concepts important in the home care environment. This article discusses how faculty developed both a simulated home environment and a simulation experience to facilitate students' learning how to address client safety and culturally competent home care across the life span.


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