High-fidelity human simulation in nursing education: A review of literature and guide for implementation
Teaching and Learning in Nursing Volume 4, Number 1 ISSN 1557-3087 Publisher: Elsevier Ltd
High-fidelity human simulators (HFHSs) are contributing to an evolution which is transforming nursing laboratories. The role of nurse educators, teaching strategies, workload reconfigurations, and budget allocations must be modified to meet the challenges of this transformation. A review of literature and guide for implementation is described to assist academic nursing leaders with HFHS implementation. The use of Health Information Systems, Inc. (Houston, TX) computerized examinations to measure and evaluate simulation laboratory outcomes is also discussed.
Hyland, J.R. & Hawkins, M.C. High-fidelity human simulation in nursing education: A review of literature and guide for implementation. Teaching and Learning in Nursing, 4(1), 14-21. Elsevier Ltd.