Robots as Faculty: Student and Faculty Perceptions
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Clinical Simulation in Nursing, ISSN: 1876-1399, Vol: 7, Issue: 6, Page: e209-e218
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- https://works.bepress.com/sherrill_smith/19; https://corescholar.libraries.wright.edu/nursing_faculty/203
- Nursing; Social Sciences; Mathematics; Simulation; Robotics; Distance Learning; Nursing Education; Nursing Education Research; Faculty Shortage; Simulation; Robotics; Distance Learning; Nursing Education; Nursing Education Research; Faculty Shortage; Medicine and Health Sciences
Little is known about the feasibility of remote-presence robotics in nursing education. This study was designed to answer the question, How do nursing faculty and undergraduate nursing students describe the usefulness, effectiveness, and user friendliness of, and their satisfaction with, a remote-presence robot as a distance education technology for a simulated clinical experience?