- •Simulation integration is a dynamic process of iterative collaboration and review.
- •Simulation offers clinically relevant experience for role transition and leadership.
- •Faculty and students report high satisfaction and improved confidence/competence.
- •Integrated and active learning is needed for competency-based education.
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