Clinical competence, satisfaction, and confidence of prelicensure nursing students following video prebriefing in a women’s health simulation
The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of video prebriefing with expert modeling on prelicensure student nurses' clinical competency, self-confidence, and satisfaction with learning in simulation. Expert modeling videos were shown to intervention groups before simulation compared to groups receiving standard prebriefing. Students who received video prebriefing reported increased self-confidence compared to those who received standard prebriefing. No significant difference existed in clinical competency between groups.