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    The effect of simulation on the self-confidence of newly licensed graduate nurses
    (2019) Mante, Rosario
    Newly licensed graduate nurses (NLGNs) enter practice with basic critical thinking skills and a large body of foundational knowledge but minimal practical experience. This has been shown to have a negative impact on nurses self-confidence and anxiety as they enter clinical practice. One possible solution is the use of simulation to supplement traditional undergraduate clinical training. This study explores the relationship between simulation in clinical training and the self-confidence and anxiety of NLGN.