Simulation as a Method of Competency Assessment Among Health Care Providers: A Systematic Review.

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Summary of "Simulation as a Method of Competency Assessment Among Health Care Providers: A Systematic Review."

The aim of this study was to review and assess current research on simulation as a method of competency assessment among health care professionals and the efficacy of simulation-based competency assessment compared to standard methods.


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Name: Nursing education perspectives
ISSN: 1536-5026


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