Associations of stress, self-esteem, and collective efficacy with flow in simulation among nursing students: A descriptive cross-sectional study.

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Summary of "Associations of stress, self-esteem, and collective efficacy with flow in simulation among nursing students: A descriptive cross-sectional study."

Simulation-based learning was developed to enable nursing and medical students to obtain clinical experience in a safe and controlled environment. The extent to which students concentrate in simulation situations can influence their educational outcomes. However, there are no studies yet on the factors that influence flow in simulation practice. Understanding which factors influence flow might help in achieving better simulation-based learning outcomes.


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Name: Nurse education today
ISSN: 1532-2793
Pages: 193-197


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