Computer Clinical Simulations in Health Sciences
Journal of Computer-Based Instruction Volume 9, Number 3, ISSN 0098-597X
Discusses the key characteristics of clinical simulation, some developmental foundations, two current research studies, and some implications for the future of health science education. Investigations of the effects of computer-based simulation indicate that acquisition of decision-making skills is greater than with noncomputerized simulations. (EAO)
Jones, G.L. & Keith, K.D. (1983). Computer Clinical Simulations in Health Sciences. Journal of Computer-Based Instruction, 9(3), 108.
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Ann Shortridge, University of Oklahoma, Schusterman, United States; George Sabo, University of Arkanas, Fayetteville, United States
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