Simulation as a learning strategy: supporting undergraduate nursing students with disabilities - US
This study examines the use of simulation to inform the determination of reasonable adjustments for undergraduate nursing students with disabilities as an effective, contemporary curriculum practice. Achieving these imperatives is likely to increase accessibility for all students and offer students with a disability a supportive learning experience. it identifies that simulation provides capacity to systematically assess, monitor, evaluate and support students with a disability. The students’ reasonable adjustments can be determined prior to attending clinical practice to minimise risks and ensure the safety of all.