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Use of media technology to enhance the learning of student nurses in regards to auditory hallucinations

International Journal of Mental Health Nursing

Apr 1, 2014

Kerry Mawson

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The aim of this study was to determine if simulation aided by media technology contributes towards an increase in knowledge, empathy, and a change in attitudes in regards to auditory hallucinations for nursing students. A convenience sample of 60 second-year undergraduate nursing studen...read more

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Staff Attitude
I-POD
In Silico
Programmed Instruction, Computerized
Psychiatric Nursing (Specialty)
Compassion
Nurse-Patient Relations
Role Playing Therapy
Hallucinations, Auditory
Hallucinations, Visual, Unformed
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Use of media technology to enhance the learning of student nurses in regards to auditory hallucinations

International Journal of Mental Health Nursing

Apr 1, 2014

Kerry Mawson

PMID: 23755742

DOI: 10.1111/inm.12031

Abstract

The aim of this study was to determine if simulation aided by media technology contributes towards an increase in knowledge, empathy, and a change in attitudes in regards to auditory hallucinations for nursing students. A convenience sample of 60 second-year undergraduate nursing studen...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Staff Attitude
I-POD
In Silico
Programmed Instruction, Computerized
Psychiatric Nursing (Specialty)
2
40

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