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Nursing has changed. Has your simulation training program changed with it?

The nursing field has seen changes within the past 25 years that point to a need for more hands-on, inclusive, and immersive experiences for students and nursing professionals.  With additional attention on leadership, communication skills, and safe care practices, nurses can benefit greatly from exposure to high-quality simulation- based training. 

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Nursing's New Norm: Using Simulation to Create the Competencies You Want

Hospitals today are looking for a broader range of talents in new nurse hires. At the top of the list are leadership skills. To meet these increasing expectations, nurse educators are continually turning to simulation.

Nursing has settled into a new norm. In this short article, we discuss how nursing has changed in the past 25 years, and how increasing your simulation fidelity can help you impart the necessary skills in today’s nursing environment.

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