- •Accountability is required of professional nurses.
- •There is a lack of teaching strategies to prepare graduate nurses with accountability skills.
- •High-fidelity simulation is used to teach prelicensure nursing students various skills.
- •High-fidelity simulation may provide nurse educators with a strategy to teach accountability practices.
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