Value Proposition for Simulation in Nursing Education


The California Simulation Alliance (CSA), a program of HealthImpact, advocates for the use of well-executed, quality simulated experiential learning activities in the professional formation and development of pre-licensure and graduate nursing students. Furthermore, the CSA supports the concept that up to 50% of clinical hours can be completed in a simulated clinical environment based on the robust evidence.

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Simulation Supports Students to Achieve Learning Objectives During COVID-19


During the current COVID-19 pandemic, it is critical that the nursing pipeline remains intact. Academic nursing programs are rapidly reviewing and revising teaching strategies to achieve clinical course objectives and student learning outcomes. The California Simulation Alliance (CSA) supports the use of well-executed simulation as clinical hours for nursing students to develop nursing core competencies similarly, and possibly better than, direct patient care experiences.

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