Effect of Simulation on Nursing Students’ Medication Administration Competence

Authors: Jarvill, M., Jenkins, S., Akman, O., Schafer Astroth, K. & Pohl, C. & Jacobs, P.J.

Source: Clinical Simulation in Nursing
Volume 13, Issue 9
pp. A1–A2, 405–464 (September 2017)

Medication errors may be prevented by improving medication administration education and nurse competence. Medication administration is a significant responsibility of nurses; yet, it remains one of the most difficult skills for nursing students to master. The purpose of this experimental two-group pre–post test study was to examine the effect of an individual simulation experience on nursing student medication administration competence.

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