Use of Simulation to Increase Self-Directed Learning for Nurse Practitioner Students.

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Summary of "Use of Simulation to Increase Self-Directed Learning for Nurse Practitioner Students."

Interprofessional (IP) clinical training experiences for nurse practitioner (NP) students are on the rise. Faculty interaction with students during clinical rotations varies. Therefore, students must be prepared to use self-directed learning (SDL) to maximize learning.


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Name: The Journal of nursing education
ISSN: 1938-2421
Pages: 102-106


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