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Anxiety seen with first semester nursing students in a clinical setting when performing psychomotor skills can be a root cause of fear, lack of confidence, ill symptoms, and can lead to unsafe practice ultimately causing injury to patients. The learning and practicing of psychomotor skills occur prior to students first clinical experience, and in most cases over a short period of time. Implementation of Quick Response (QR) technology linked to psychomotor skills during didactic, allowed students quick access to review skills prior to performing skills within the clinical setting. In conclusion, a decrease in anxiety was noted by first semester nursing students during their clinical with access to skills learned prior to clinical.
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Kenny, Lee-Ann Terri, "The Impact of Quick Response (QR) Technology on Anxiety with First Semester Nursing Students related to the Performance of Psychomotor Skills with Patients in Clinical" (2018). Nursing Theses and Capstone Projects. 305.