Date of Award
Master of Science in Nursing (MSN)
Mary Alice Hodge
Second-Year Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) Self-Efficacy in Relation to Simulation Lab Experiences utilized a convenience sample of second-year associate degree nursing students to conduct a survey of their perceptions of an increase in self-efficacy or self confidence in relation to their simulation lab experiences. Albert Bandura's theory of self-efficacy was the theoretical framework for the study. Students who have high levels of self-efficacy have been shown to handle obstacles with less stress, perseverance, and success. In this study, 85% of the students agreed that simulation lab experiences were beneficial in increasing their confidence to perform safely in their preceptorship and as new graduate nurses.
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Tate, Sarah W., "Second-Year Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) Self-Efficacy in Relation to Simulation Lab Experiences" (2012). Nursing Theses and Capstone Projects. 145.