NMU Summer Technology Camp Program for Youth - Brighter Futures Grant
School of Nursing
Nursing faculty need to collaborate with researchers to validate the usefulness of simulation technology. No data currently exists to validate the belief that undergraduate nursing students learn better through simulated technology. To show simulation technology is superior to traditional teaching methods, comparative studies with high reliability and validity must be conducted. My research question is: Is there a difference in the student's ability to critically think and safely administer a medication when learned in a didactic classroom setting compared to information learned in a virtual simulation environment? I have been invited to conduct research with the renowned expert, Dr. Jay Shiro Tashiro, Research Director at Wolfsong Informatics in Tucson, AZ to complete my project.
Campbell, Jane, "NMU Summer Technology Camp Program for Youth - Brighter Futures Grant" (2005). Faculty Works. 210.