- •This article describes the development of a telephone triage SBE for undergraduate nursing students in a community-based course, including details on scenario design, curriculum integration, prebriefing, debriefing, and evaluation.
- •The SBE is designed to be delivered remotely without the use of high-fidelity simulators.
- •The SBE uses Briggs Telephone Triage protocols, which allow students to not only practice triage assessments, but also clinical judgment within their scope of practice.
- •Students gained experience and confidence communicating, making clinical-decisions, and providing evidence-based assessments for safe patient care.
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