Using recorded sounds in the clinical skills lab.

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Watkinson, Debbie and Collins, Guy 2016. Using recorded sounds in the clinical skills lab. Nursing Times.
AuthorsWatkinson, Debbie and Collins, Guy
Abstract

Clinical simulation is embedded in undergraduate nursing education, but does not always reflect real-life situations. As clinical environments are rarely silent, a team of lecturers decided to find out whether background clinical noise could increase authenticity. This article describes how audio recordings were obtained from a variety of settings. Feedback was gathered on the benefits and barriers to widespread implementation.

KeywordsSimulation; Clinical skills; Nursing
Year2016
JournalNursing Times
PublisherEMAP publishing limited
ISSN09547762
Web address (URL)http://hdl.handle.net/10545/622180
hdl:10545/622180
Publication dates18 Jul 2016
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ContributorsUniversity of Derby
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