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As many hospitals are implementing residency programs for new graduate nurses, the utilization of high-fidelity simulation has become common. This pilot program compared simulation with participation of only new graduate nurses and new graduates with advanced care providers. Results found a statistically significant increase in knowledge of differing roles and skills in simulations that included both groups. Nursing professional development practitioners will find this helpful in designing residency programs for new graduate nurses.
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Name: Journal for nurses in professional development
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