The Value of Simulation in the Nursing Education: The Challe | 57262

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The Value of Simulation in the Nursing Education: The Challenges of E-Learning.

Hekmat Y. Al-Akash

Nursing Education is thought to be successful when itintegrates both theoretical knowledge and psychomotor skills. In this regard, simulation represent an innovative teaching      method that stimulates a number of senses at the same time among learners. Simulation is a method which can be designed to reflect real-life conditions. Clinical simulation—defined by the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) as “an activity or event replicating clinical practice using scenarios, high-fidelity manikins, medium-fidelity manikins, standardized patients, role playing, skills stations, and computer-based crit ical thinking simulations”—has become an integral part of nursing education. In the context of the COVID19, all nursing programs have been shifted to distance learning including clinical/lab courses.