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Nancy Sullivan, DNP, RN
Nurse Educator. 44(1):2-4, January/February 2019
The use of the multiple patient simulation (MPS) has grown in nursing education as a strategy to help close the education-practice gap and better prepare students for the reality of hospital practice. Watch this video to learn how the faculty implemented a MPS experience for students. Also read the article where they explain the design/timing, type and number of patient cases, scheduling, faculty resources, and setting. This MPS experience was originally developed for a group of 125 nursing students but can be modified for larger or smaller groups, and can be used with new graduate orientation to the work setting.