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The Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 2018;49(1):10–11
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Learning is a dynamic process where the learner discovers new knowledge and constructs new insights. The “Friday Night in the ER”© role-play simulation game facilitates system thinking, data-based decision making, and collaboration. Nurse educators in academe and health care settings can use this game to practice the essential skills of nurse professionals. J Contin Nurs Educ. 2018;49(1):10–11.

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