Journal article

Simulation to educate healthcare providers working within residential age care settings: A scoping review

Johanna M Keane, Natasha F Franklin, Brett Vaughan

Nurse Education Today | CHURCHILL LIVINGSTONE | Published : 2020


BACKGROUND: Simulation is used widely in health education to develop healthcare providers' knowledge and skills. The use of simulation however, as an educational strategy among aged care worker is not well understood. OBJECTIVES: This review sought to describe studies where simulation is used to educate healthcare providers working within aged care settings; describe the method and structure used in simulations in residential aged care; the key learning outcomes for the participants in this setting; and identify any gaps in the current literature to illuminate future research opportunities. DESIGN: The review follows the Joanna Briggs Institute Scoping Review methodology and utilises the PRI..

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