Published on in Vol 16, No 4 (2014): April

Web-Based Virtual Patients in Nursing Education: Development and Validation of Theory-Anchored Design and Activity Models

Web-Based Virtual Patients in Nursing Education: Development and Validation of Theory-Anchored Design and Activity Models

Web-Based Virtual Patients in Nursing Education: Development and Validation of Theory-Anchored Design and Activity Models

Authors of this article:

Carina Georg 1, 2 ;   Nabil Zary 2 Author Orcid Image

Journals

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Books/Policy Documents

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  2. Hirumi A, Lok B, Johnson T, Johnsen K, Rivera-Gutierrez D, Reyes R, Atkinson T, Stapleton C, Cendán J. Learning, Design, and Technology. View