Title

Simulation Pedagogy With Nurse Practitioner Students: Impact of Receiving Immediate Individualized Faculty Feedback

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

2015

Abstract

Family nurse practitioner (FNP) students must achieve basic competency in managing patients' primary care needs across the lifespan. Students in the FNP program have simulations integrated throughout their clinical theory courses to increase practice time with various patient cases. Students who received individualized faculty feedback immediately after self-evaluation of simulation performance showed statistically significantly increased knowledge (as evidenced by higher grades in course examinations and preceptor evaluations) than a control group of students who received feedback in a group class via a rubric grading guide 2–4 weeks after all students completed their individual simulations.

Comments

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Publication Title

Creative Nursing

Published Citation

Grossman, Sheila, and Jaclyn Conelius. "Simulation Pedagogy With Nurse Practitioner Students: Impact of Receiving Immediate Individualized Faculty Feedback." Creative Nursing 21, no. 2 (2015): 100-109. DOI:10.1891/1078-4535.21.2.100

DOI

10.1891/1078-4535.21.2.100