The thesis provides an analytical account of a qualitative interpretive research study to elicit, discuss and explore young people’s involvement in simulation with students of children and young people’s nursing. Data was collected from all participants through semi-structured and focus group interviews to explore their perspectives on the impact and outcomes of the young people’s involvement.
Young people felt valued and listened-to throughout the process. Involvement of the young people enabled them to create a more authentic reality in the simulations which enhanced the overall simulated learning experience for the student participants.
|Effective start/end date||3/01/12 → 5/10/15|
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