- •Plan-Do-Study-Act cycles were used to revise an open-sourced simulation design template to an institution specific design template.
- •Simulation design templates that use evidence-based practices can decrease the cognitive load for nurse educators using simulation.
- •Standardized simulation design templates assist in delivery of high quality simulation programs.
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