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Simulated home care increases confidence and improves care transitions



Simulated home care increases confidence and improves care transitions



Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing 45(7): 294-296



Many new and experienced nurses have limited understanding of home health care, resulting in compromised handoffs and an unstable workforce. This article presents an overview of simulated home health environments to enhance awareness and patient outcomes. By establishing realistic simulated home events, nursing faculty and educators can enhance nurse confidence and improve transitions of care.

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