Tutticci, N., Coyer, F., Lewis, P. A & Ryan, M. (2017). Student facilitation of simulation debrief: Measuring reflective thinking and self-efficacy. Teaching and Learning in Nursing,12(2), 128-135. United States of America: Elsevier USA. Retrieved from https://doi.org/10.1016/j.teln.2016.11.005
This study examined the effectiveness of different debriefing facilitation approaches on third year undergraduate nursing students' reflective thinking and critical reflection self-efficacy following high-fidelity simulation using a 3-arm nonequivalent control group design. Students facilitated by either an academic or academic and student showed significantly higher levels of critical reflection. Correlation revealed a medium, positive association between critical reflection self-efficacy and general self-efficacy. Academic and student partnerships in debriefing can prompt students to reflect.
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