A literature review of simulation-based training for nurses in India
Nuzhath Alam Piyare Jan
An increasingly common educational strategy is simulation-based nursing education. Through a variety of real-life situations encounters, it offers students the chance to hone their clinical and decision-making abilities. However, there is a continuum of simulation methodologies, from low fidelity simulation to high fidelity simulation. A popular method of raising the standard of healthcare is simulation-based training. Systematic reviews haven't yet been able to confirm its impact on registered nurses, nevertheless. This systematic review's objective is to assess the impacts of simulation based nursing education on the skills & knowledge of nurses. Nursing candidates learn the foundations of treating individuals who are ill or disabled through simulation. The skills necessary to succeed in the field can be practiced by students without ever putting a real patient in danger by simulating real-world nursing situations and experiences. Trainees can receive constructive criticism in settings that are strictly regulated and supervised, which helps them learn about clinical practises in general.