- •High-fidelity simulation (HFS) was perceived by new nurses as contributing significantly to the development of clinical judgment.
- •New nurses recalled HFS as helpful in both specific ways (i.e. recalling a specific scenario) and in general ways (i.e. helping them learn to process multiple considerations).
- •Specific aspects of HFS were recalled as helpful in developing skills such as the ability to notice patient issues, respond appropriately, and reflect on patient care experiences.
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