Learning Efficacy of Virtual Reality Simulation for Nursing Students Caring for Children with Asthma

The International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health features an article in its November 2020 edition investigating the learning effects of virtual reality simulation for nursing students caring with children with asthma. Researchers compared three different educational modalities of nursing care, one with virtual reality simulation, one with high-fidelity simulation, and one with both. They found the group using virtual reality with high-fidelity simulation “showed the highest scores in knowledge, confidence in practice, and performance.”

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