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Examining the effect of simulation based learning on self-efficacy and performance of first-year nursing students.

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Summary of "Examining the effect of simulation based learning on self-efficacy and performance of first-year nursing students."

Self-efficacy is an individual's belief in oneself and in one's own judgment and ability to be successful in a task. Strong self-efficacy allows for the achievement of success, well-being, personal development and the diversification of skills. An individual's perception of his/her self-efficacy plays a key role in adopting behaviors and initiating and sustaining change.

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Name: Nurse education in practice
ISSN: 1873-5223
Pages: 139-143

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