Transferability of Medication Administration Simulation Training to Clinical Settings
Teaching and Learning in Nursing Volume 13, Number 4, ISSN 1557-3087 Publisher: Elsevier Ltd
The study examines the impact of one-on-one simulation for medication administration (MA) on prelicensure student preparedness for and performance of MA in the clinical setting.We used a prospective quasi-experimental interventional study applying Kirkpatrick's model to the simulation experience addressing MA.Simulation increased student preparedness. Students' critical thinking and approach during the MA process were significantly higher in the clinical setting.One-on-one MA simulation is an effective educational method for improving student learning and performance in practice.
Avraham, R., Shor, V., Hurvitz, N., Shvartsur, R. & Kimhi, E. (2018). Transferability of Medication Administration Simulation Training to Clinical Settings. Teaching and Learning in Nursing, 13(4), 258-262. Elsevier Ltd.