The effect of simulator-education on students receiving education at the department of elderly care
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Usage and development of new learning tools increased along with the developing technology in health education. The changing expectations in the health services drew attention to clinical skill trainings. Patient safety, which is among the rising values, the struggle to increase the patient rights and student competency, enabled the simulation usage getting more and more widespread in the health education. These developments rising from the technology and education paved the way for the applications and tools of simulation, which is used widespread in enhancing the technical and non-technical skills in health education and which is among the trust worthy education methods, by bringing these two fields together along with them. Using simulation helps students have increased self-esteem and develop their ability to make clinical decisions by providing learning based on experience. Because it contributes to the experiences and occupational skills of the students positively at the same time, the goal of increasing the clinical competence of the students in a virtual or laboratory environment prior to the patient care environment is accomplished. Before going out to the clinic, students can develop their occupational skills in a laboratory that reflects a real clinical environment that is integrated with the life like scenario.
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